I was collaborating the "Live Your Dreams" TVC project with BBDO Guerrero, Mike Alcarazen, Holy Cow Animation and Optimal Digital for two months. I made the full complex backgrounds and character designs, whew! My mission accomplished!
MABUHAY! PROUD TO BE PINOY!!!!
Please read my blog about the making of "Live Your Dreams" TV commercial: [link] Enjoy watching and reading my blog!
I greatly thank to my trusted wonderful dA mateys, and who invited me to the dA film. I'm so grateful.
Did Concept Design Academy’s “Cinematic Storyboarding” with Jane Wu this past couple months. It was a really engaging class and I came away with a few good projects to show off. This one was easiest to edit together. The assignment was “there are two people in a waiting room. What happens?”
There’s no sound. It’s just an animatic. Feel free to generate your own sound effects though. Bap, splat, wuff, and yip are good to start with.
I put together a little test to find visual style for 88 and see how she looks animated.. this animation in particular I decided to finish because i had been drawing a model sheet and realized that if I tweened the views i'd have a full 360 animation!
It's a bit wonky in some places, I havent actually done any traditional drawn animation in almost 6 years, OTL I need to get my groove back!
Now that the John Lewis Christmas ad is out, I can share this! Before I got the job, it was a little uncertain whether they were going to use me or not, and I have NEVER animated anything to this level of realism, so I definitely felt out of my element. So I took Aaron Blaise's awesome Bear and Hare designs and did my own test in hopes to "cram" for the final. From what I heard, they showed it to Aaron, and it sounded like they were looking for something a little more subtle. So oddly enough, he saw my "God forgot about me" piece and that is what sold him. Either way, I got the job and the rest is history! It was an awesome experience working with Aaron, Dominic, and Premise Entertainment, and I am incredibly happy about how the final product turned out and the reaction to it.