walk cycle? walk cycle?!? You’re missing the big picture!!!

It’s really crude but here’s a hand

Great Disney’s ghost Batman! It’s been a long few months. Survived the office politics, survived Black Friday, and made it through New Years without a hangover.

All snark aside; after four months (I think) the animation for Hole In One is finally finished and now you can enjoy it for yourselves. While I enjoy finally moving onto the coloring stage.

Only have about five seconds left to animate but it may be the most challenging part so far. As a great internet meme once said “I have no idea what I’m doing.” So I have no idea what it will look like in the end. 

Only have about five seconds left to animate but it may be the most challenging part so far. As a great internet meme once said “I have no idea what I’m doing.” So I have no idea what it will look like in the end. 

Still working on the last bit of Hole in One but, dat eyeblink! Felt so proud of that I had to stop working and post it right now.

well….I almost have business cards

well….I almost have business cards

Page o’ hands

Page o’ hands

Only one more segment left to animate for Hole In One

Only one more segment left to animate for Hole In One

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A couple different projects. The last layer on the space needle is finally dry after who knows how long. Added another layer to the sky and ended up with that deep blue; not sure if it’s the hue of the paint itself or the intensity is influenced by the previous glazed layers.

Also started a ship in a bottle; not really sure where the desire to build one came from but it’s gonna happen. That’s about as far as I’ll get until I get a smaller drill bit for the mast hinges.

You could probably have a long debate about whether or not Minecraft can be used to produce art. I myself have a debate as to whether or not I’m wasting time with video games when I should be doing art stuff. The last few nights I’ve been occupied with Minecraft and this is the (mostly) finished lighthouse I built off the coast of my New World. Was partly inspired by the ancient lighthouse at Alexandria. While I was building it brought to mind the Roman technique of building things out of concrete then covering it with marble tile since the inner layers of my lighthouse base are made of lesser materials with smelted stone over the top.