Musings of An Animation Girl

jacobveaton:

Annie.


Awesome short film.

munchanka:

Mike Mignola’s poster for our upcoming Christmas special, THE TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT.
The sequence that I boarded will be showing at our Comic Con panel in room 6A at 11:15. Stop by and hear the lamentation of the women!

Awesome!

munchanka:

Mike Mignola’s poster for our upcoming Christmas special, THE TOY STORY THAT TIME FORGOT.

The sequence that I boarded will be showing at our Comic Con panel in room 6A at 11:15. Stop by and hear the lamentation of the women!

Awesome!

cressus:

     No one before Bernini had managed to make marble so carnal. In his nimble hands it would flatter and stream, quiver and sweat. His figures weep and shout, their torses twist and run, and arch themselves in spasms of intense sensation. He could, like an alchemist, change one material into another - marble into trees, leaves, hair, and, of course, flesh.  
     -   Simon Schama’s Power of Art. Bernini

I tried to do a small stone sculpture once. It wasn’t fun nor did it turn out pretty. I couldn’t even fathom creating masterpieces like these.

nimtzart:

doctorcello:

Two former classmates see each other on a train. One of them is cheerful and friendly, perhaps a bit pushy. The other has a tendency to have strange, explosive anxiety attacks that terrify the people around her. This is a story about their encounter.

A short film I directed about my own experiences with social anxiety and how it affects others. Despite it being a very personal film, I wouldn’t have been able to make it without the numerous people contributing, so I recommend looking up all their names in Google and finding their blogs, because they deserve the clicks. Thanks!

YouTube version

So I did a tiny bit of character design work for this film, way back when it had barely been pitched.  A friend of mine from BYU directed it, and a lot of other friends did work on it.  It’s about social anxiety and it’s a cool film.  Spread the word.

A film I helped worked on—mainly with clean up and coloring.

I loved How to Train Your Dragon 2.

Still learning to digital paint. Here’s my latest endeavor. 
I need to work on composition and…well basically everything. I’m still not where I want to be, but I’m hoping practice makes perfect.

Still learning to digital paint. Here’s my latest endeavor. 

I need to work on composition and…well basically everything. I’m still not where I want to be, but I’m hoping practice makes perfect.

rufftoon:

Home (March 2015)

Dreamworks, with the voices of Jim Parsons, Rihanna and Steve Martins. Based off the book “The True Meaning of Smekday”

beeandpupcat:

THE GREATEST JOKE ADVENTURE TIME HAS EVER WRITTEN

aarnimation:

kyletwebster:

alexxgrigg:

Phantom Limb is now available as a stand alone on vimeo! I’ve also finally got around to writing up a making of post, right here.

Big props to everybody who helped make this bad boy. And also to all my friends at Late Night Work Club!

Alex is amazing - please enjoy this animated short film - I got a little misty!!!

I’m so proud to know that he uses a few of my brushes in his animation work, as well. 

Wow. Just… wow. Great film.

bryankonietzko:

isaia:

jeanox:

Players will control young female protagonist Nuna and her arctic fox as they try to rescue her homeland from an endless blizzard. Upper One calls itself the first indigenous-owned video game developer and publisher in the U.S. and Never Alone's inspiration comes from the centuries-old stories and folklore of the Iñupiat people native to the region. Priced at $15, it comes out this fall for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

This game makes me so happy. This is what indie developers have an opportunity to create and what, in all likelihood, AAA companies will be forever blind to. Keep an eye on this one, guys it looks brilliant

This is EVERYTHING

Awe-inspiring! I am really looking forward to experiencing this game and the stories it has woven into it. I’ll take more things being made like this in the world, please!