Every year, my intro to 3D modeling class directs the creation of a hybridized character as we explore how to model organic creatures. After about 5 years of classes, I seem to have built up … Continue reading Fear the Mascot: Ribbon Spine
The Iroquois Creation Story combined 2D, 3D and live film footage in one space, but ultimately we ended up creating the majority of our characters in 3D. As we had not initially planned for many … Continue reading Iroquois Creation Story Rigs Demo
The Character Mosaic Project aims to make diverse characters more accessible thereby encouraging animators and filmmakers to make more ethnically inclusive stories. As these characters get refined, they will be made available to broader audiences … Continue reading The Character Mosaic Project
Super excited to have completed this intensive yet illuminating course with the CG Master Academy with Nico Sanghrajka! I’m so inspired I can’t wait to redesign my own rigging class to reflect the new information!
I’ve been boarding this story about a magical little dragon who was adopted by a family of komodo dragons. Adolescence comes in a terrifying flash and all the players discover what family really means. Here, … Continue reading Dragons
Modeling in 3D can be fun and occasionally frustrating but nothing is more painful that trying to model a face that can deform without breaking when it moves. If you are studying topology then you understand what I mean when I say that. In my opinion, the true skill of modeling comes in when a […]
Two of our main characters are built, textured, rigged and ready to animate! As the lead Technical Director and the Rigging artist on this, it’s getting really exciting seeing how they look! More updates of … Continue reading Iroquois Creation Story Character Update
There are so many people involved in the creation of this film. This is a short video chronicling some of the many moving parts we have been wrangling in this production.
This is a fun production I joined as an assistant rigging artist at Nathan Love. I was in charge of finishing 6 of the characters seen here: