The last few animations I've done have been for more "corporate" style clients. I was commissioned by M+W Group to create this animation which would help in proposing their newly designed Nivea facility in Guanajuato, Mexico. All 3D renderings were created by M+W Group. I created all the motion graphics, transitions, and typography to bring it all together. The next few animations I made to be shown at a tradeshow booth which helps promote the client's laboratory.
I always wanted tattoos and always felt I'd only be satisfied if I illustrated them myself. I illustrated these 2 wolves which represent my family crest. The Navarro crest has two identical golden wolves on a shield with seven x's surrounding them. My interpretation was to have one hairy red wolf, and a green digital wolf reminiscent of early 3D computer models. I figured the contrasting textures/colors would look interesting together.
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just made this in photoshop. Didn’t change too much. I always thought they should make the iphone look more like the current imacs. Just aluminum and glass. I also really like the green led lights on the side of macbooks which show much battery you have.
I was commissioned to create a 10-second animation of a victorian woman twirling onto stage, aging over time. This is the "pencil-test" I've worked on so far. Just checking to see if the movement is working. I'll be adding twice as many drawings to smooth it out as well as coloring and detailing the drawings.
Will update soon with the final piece so keep your eyes open.
Edit: Here is the finished animation, looped 3 or 4 times. Look closely and you'll notice her hair and face slowly changing. Fullscreen it please.
It's the last day of 2011 and I felt like sharing some of the side-work I did over the past year. For one reason or another I chose to not put this stuff up here. Maybe because I felt it didn't represent the style of work I'd like to be known for. But I suppose it's better to show off than to be forever hidden in a dusty computer folder only for myself.
My gf asked me to come up with some designs for her work at a spinal-cord injury rehabilitation center
This is a poster I illustrated & designed for the short film "Chainsaw found Jesus" which was screened at SXSW. We were going for the "Chick"-style(you know those small religious comics that are mysteriously spread across the country in stores & windshield wipers)
...a sign that I drew with chalk for my brother-in-law's beer-tasting back in September
...an illlustration I made for my friend Jessica's blog
...clip from a short film I helped out with. The professor is explaining how everything in the universe is connected. made in photoshop and after effects
Lastly, here's an opening title sequence for a series of webisodes from a marketing research company. If it were up to me I would've removed that logo on the bottom right..just sayin.
I've recently been working with fellow animator Matt Darnall and Chicago painter Homeless Cop to create a pilot-episode for Adult Swim called Homeless Cop. Check out this video for a brief explanation of what's going on so far.