Friday, December 20, 2013


Working on the film too, I swear.

Monday, December 9, 2013


Gonna be doing more online stuff, I think. In the mean time, hope everyone's animatics turned out well!

Saturday, October 26, 2013

One of those 1920's Slappers

That's what they're called, right?

Friday, October 25, 2013

Color Test... and a Post

You know, it's nice to have color calibration software. Problem with that though, is that true colors look like true puke. Kind of a juggling match, color adjusting.

It's also nice to take a break from antelopes for a little bit, but that's coming back on real real soon. This is technically a life drawing.

Really have to update this blog more.

Monday, September 9, 2013


Storyboarding is hard

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Lazy (Not Really) Saturday

"The cylons are baked" - William Adama

Wednesday, September 4, 2013


Doodled this in our very first class. Fourth year starts now, and it's pants-shittingly scary!

Wednesday, August 7, 2013




Or you know, do whatever. Go out, play some b-ball, eat some Mediterranean food, watch The Wolverine...

Here's some stuff I'm doing in between work and 4th year film prep. They're cryptids! I'll link up the wiki article on what they are too. Really, read up. It's fascinating stuff.

Sunday, July 7, 2013


The guy on the left had a face that was frowning as hard as could be on one side of his face, and smiling as hard as he can with the other half. The guy on the right had an extremely crooked smile.

I had set these two up with a sort of news channel overlay, but that didn't work cause my fake headline was too risque. Oh well.

Not from CNN

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

By Osgoode

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Father's Day!

A very unflattering pastel portrait for him to hang up in his office... Maybe.

Friday, May 3, 2013

Dailies...Woke Up Like This

Bloodshot eyes, stuffed sinuses, feeling like hammered diarrhea.

Allergy season, joy...

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Whoops, Missed a Bunch of Days

Was playing Guacamelee. Totally worth it. 

This guy was picking through the garbage near Port Credit. Dumpster dived for a good 5 minutes. It was crazy. 

Friday, April 26, 2013

Dailies...A Night at Monaghan's

It was goddamn good soup.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Dailies...Technically On Time

He started off on a motorcycle.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013


A caricature based purely on hearsay. 

I think I might still have PTSD style dreams about the group film.


Really have to stop using that rim light thing. 

Thursday, April 18, 2013


I may have just seen Paperman again...

Helloooooooo Summer!

Thursday, April 4, 2013


How I feel right now.

Chuggin' along....

Chuggin' along. There's no context to this animation at all. It doesn't really make sense in sequence either, to be honest. It's missing like two layers of character animation.
I misplaced my sanity somewhere today, but the cintiq light had burned the focus out of my eyes and I couldn't find it again. I asked everyone else if they had my sanity, but they were too busy looking for their own. Such is third year.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Let This Stay In Your Nightmares FOREVER

Workin' on other Work instead of Work Work.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

The Quickest Test Scene

The quickest, most context free of them all.

Also stress. There's that too. 


Monday, January 28, 2013

Freakin' Out Man

I still added the typewriter!
Clarity of form? 

For whom does the bell toll,
but for the poor,
huddling masses of animation students,
 with the shadow of portfolios at their throats?

This isn't the Spanish Civil War, but it's Almost As Bad (maybe). Like some kind of strange purgatory where work constantly rains from the sky and can never be finished. 


Sketch on the ground
I don't even know man.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

The Great DQ Tree

Thanks to Charlie for the idea. 
Suppose for a moment, that time was water.

Imagine then, that the span of the Christmas break was a bowl. The time that constitutes that span is the water sloshing in the bowl. 

Now let's assume that Productivity is Shin brand Ramen noodles. These ingredients would be put into the bowl of water, and God willing, become something edible. That bowl of Ramen would be the culmination of a productive break well spent.


Now imagine taking that bowl of water, going to your bathroom, and dumping both the bowl and the water into the toilet. Suppose then that you took the packet of Ramen and rabidly tore at the packaging with your teeth, scattering the ingredients onto the bathroom floor. From your rabidly foaming mouth, you would deposit the shredded packaging into the toilet, and you would flush. Repeatedly.

You do not know why you are doing this, and in your mind, you reel in horror from the inanity of your actions. Yet you do not stop. You are gripped with a compulsion that gurgles from the dark recesses of your subconsciousness, and against the force of its necessity, you can do no more than let out a single, tortured rasp. You step blindly and wildly, crunching the scattered Ramen noodles on the ground like bone dry autumn leaves, as if to make for an exit. Yet still you flush, and flush, and flush... 

That is, I think, one way to describe my break.
It was actually pretty cool otherwise. One of my better Christmas breaks, in fact.

Crazy patterned fish from the zoo.