Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Mermaid

Eh. 50-50 on this one. I need to experiment more with a line style that i like. but I like the background and the bubbles.Also, after hearing ILM talk about their mermaids for Pirates of the Caribbean, I got really excited to draw a scary amphibious-type mermaid. So I drew this. Failure.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Day 6: Favorite book character


It's totally not a movie yet so this counts. Katniss Everdeen from the Hunger Games. This is by far one of my favorite book series.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Adventure Time style self portrait


I love this show. I first saw the pilot back when I was at the workshop for my college and loved it.

Doing some sketch prompts for a dA group (not that I'm a hardcore dA member, but I like the excuse to draw).

This one is "robot in a dress".

Day 2: Favorite Animal


I don't really have a favorite animal. If I weren't going to be an animator, I probably would've studied zoology, so really I have about 50 favorite animals. But for now my favorite animal is the owl. The fancy kind. With the hat. And the Earl Gray tea.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Day 1: Draw Yourself


Funny how I draw myself all the time, but then when I'm prompted to do it, it seems impossible.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Got back from a multitude of traveling adventures. Last July I spent a few days in New York (my first trip there!) all by myself in order to attend the Pixar masterclass with Mattew Luhn and Andrew Gordon. It was a great experience; I learned a lot, especially when story creation was discussed. It's amazing how much thought goes into every little detail in all of the movies that Pixar does.


More recently I got back from Vancouver, B.C. I was attending Siggraph for the second time. Another great experience, and definitely different from last year's Siggraph. I would highly recommend going to this, even though it's pretty pricey for non-students. I always learn a ton, meet new peeps, and of course, bring home a walking teapot. It didn't hurt that Vancouver is a gorgeous city, much prettier than L.A. was. Some of the highlights were getting to see Pixar's La Luna before its public release, a storytelling with color class featuring Kung Fu Panda 2, and many good presentations from ILM.


So in the meantime while I wait to get back to school, I definitely have a lot to work on and think about. Internship stuff, getting a good website up and running, portfolio, etc. I'll try and keep this blog updated; I know i haven't been doing a very good job (if it helps I haven't really been doing much art, due to some recently discussed business).