So I had to make the exact same bouncing ball animation in a higher-level After Effects class with the exact same teacher, so I threw together another birdie ball thing.
More Edith and prototype concepts for a potential monster idea.
Tempted to color in Edith in the top left.
The coolest robot to ever cool… when his sunglasses are firmly attached to his face.
After this batch of sketches, I am convinced Edith is in desperate need of a redesign. I still can’t seem to get her head shape down the way I want, and I definitely can’t figure out how these ears are supposed to work.
Bunny ears don’t even work like that to begin with, anyways.
Old art - March 26, 2013
I found this dork while organizing old files.
My good friend perrymod did the modeling and texturing, while I did the rigging.
Old Art - May 2, 2013
I apparently named this render “I LEFT THE OVEN ON.”
A rig test of my Abby model that I no longer use. It’s in desperate need of an update.
Abby the Pixie Kitten (c) RedheadInsanity/redhead-scribbles.
Storyboard Final - “Too Gouda for this World”
Or, as I like to call it, “Yes, two grown-ass adults seriously made a bunch of cheese puns for a college final.”
A friend and I had an absolute blast working together on this storyboard (if I could remember her tumblr username, I’ll post it here!). All the odd-numbered pages were drawn by her, while I drew all the even-numbered.
Because of our different handwriting skills, I haphazardly edited in text so you can easily read it all.
There’s also the map we quickly threw together, but I doubt it’ll be of any help.
(I tried to save dashboard space by scrunching pages next to each other. Of course, be sure to click on each image for better viewing quality!)
Storyboard assignment 3: Car Chase.
Special thanks to Hot Wheels for making tiny cars I can use for reference.