After this question was recently posed to me, I thought I’d type up a more in-depth answer.
Ultimately, it really is just a case of: start. There’s nothing stopping you. You don’t need anyone’s permission. Just put pen to paper and let fly.
I think the major stumbling block for people at that early stage of things is the concern that what they put on the page does not do justice to what is in their head. You, of course, want it to look as good as the comics that inspired you to take up the pen. You’ll draw a few pages and decide it’s not worth continuing because your work isn’t on par with the big
For those joining the party, you might or might not know that I was the main animator on a little something called 'Children of the night'. In a nutshell it's a music video that involves the ponies of 'Friendship is Magic' and more precisely Princess Luna.
Well, my wife and I are at it again, however this time, instead of making a blog dedicated to a single project, we started a Tumblr page for us and the myriad of project, designs and ideas that happen to cross (fortunately or unfortunately.. depeding) our crazy artistic minds.
You're welcome to check it out if you haven't already. There already are some posts and ar
A good friend of mine, John Martin Wong, has been interviewed by none other than *CutieArtCrusaders (https://www.deviantart.com/cutieartcrusaders). He was part of the team that took Sibsy's storyboards and animated them.. YES! Another animator.. awesome guy, supersweet and one you should get to know :)
Keep an eye on this, It'll be worth it :)
Stay tuned for more announcements :)
Hello everyone! Sorry for the loooong lack of updates however my new day job working as a full-time animator keeps me quite busy, and then some!
First off the bat is the kickstarter for the 'Midnight Mares' project by Gann Memorials which is still going on.
Along with the producer's official channel's promotional video:
It's never easy to get something off the ground but I never saw anyone beleive in his project as much as this guy. And it's true what they say: Every little bit helps.
On another note I'm also still working full-time on 'Pen
Hey, how does this sound for an animation production pipeline?
TVPaint for frame by frame animation and cleanup Toon Boom Harmony for inking and coloring Corel Painter for painting backgrounds Photoshop for background adjustments After Effects for standard compositing and Vfx Nuke for complex compositing Modo for modelling Maya for 3d rigging and animation Zbrush for sculpting Houdini for additional 3d elements and CG effects Renderman for rendering Mari for texturing Davinci Resolve for color grading Media Composer for editing and post-production