For my youtube videos I often at times draw thumbnails for them. This speed draw shows the kind of process I use. It’s not that different from other methods of drawing and it’s really simple but I wanted to try and make a speed paint. Later I’ll draw something more complex and do a video of that, but until then: check out this video
Hey, I went to Azusa Pacific University. I graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor in Art, with a focus on Animation. For my thesis project, I needed to make an original animation. It may not look complete because of time constraints and other responsibilities but I tried my best to execute the idea of some of my characters acting out a short and simple narrative.
Here it is. Whether you like it or not and why is up to you.
Apps used: Photoshop, Final Cut Pro
As I stated in my original posting, I attended and graduated from Azusa Pacific University where I had to do several major projects. One was taking part in a group exhibition in Pomona, California. Below are pictures of my work and me at the exhibition on opening night as well as the show card.
There is also a photo of another exhibition I took part in but on the APU campus itself. Look below this slideshow to see it and get more information.
In this picture, you can see my original plan for the campus show and then the finished layout which was shown during an open house and art show.
I designed the logo myself and had it printed on vinyl. I also have an art book for the animation that shows concept art, my process and my reasoning for creating the project.
I’m considering posting the pages here on the site.
In the links below are PDFs I made that actually have some of the art that make it into the final book and were advertisements for the show.
Apps Used: Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Adobe Acrobat, Blurb
The gifs below are animations I created for videos I plan to make in the future. My dragon, Neon, serves as a sort of mascot for my youtube channel and is also my scalesona.
I enjoy these simple 2 frame animations, I feel they’re simple yet have a charm to them. I plan to make more soon.
Apps used: Photoshop CS6