Aside from animating, I love to sew and create stuffed toys. Here's a few plushies I've made this year for several of my friend's birthdays or just simple requests. All of them are hand made with felt from Michaels and stuffed with cheap cotton. Each took approx 6-7 hours to make.
This is a short shot I animated with Maya and a dialogue taken from "Invader Zim". I've gotten critiques from Scott LeFleur and Ted Ty and I can't thank them enough for giving me amazing feedback. It's always a blast to learn new tips that changes your animation entirely. Enjoy!!
This is a quick animation I did for my big brother, Andy Chen and dedicated to his adorable cat, Chloe. I don't have money to buy you anything, but I hope this derpy animation is priceless for you. Thanks for your support and such and I love you tons!!!!
Each animation dance was traditionally animated, edited and timed in photoshop, after effects and premiere and each took around 4-5 hours to animate and composite. I definitely learned that syncing animation to music is a lot harder than it looks. It was also heavily inspired by the Ren and Stimpy Show
The song is from "Rainbow Bunchie". I don't know who wrote it, but all rights belong to the composer of this addicting song.
#31. Nidoqueen. This was my contribution for "PokeArt for Charity" that our program at San Jose State set up. My two friends wanted to have a fun art gallery dedicated to the first generation of Pokemon and we were randomly selected with a pokemon. I ended up with Nidoqueen.
100% profit from this gallery will be donated to "Canines for Disabled Kids". For more information about it, you can visit www.caninesforkids.org
The Final (7x7)
1. Actually drawing it out
2. Scanning it in and ink in photoshop
3. Blocking in her colors
4. Cel shade and blend them together
5. Print out loads of copies and cut 'em up
Final Thoughts: I had so much fun with this pokemon, especially since I didn't know too much about it. It wasn't always my favorite when I was a kid, but now, I really love Nidoqueen. I mean look at those mouse ears. I would love to do this again in the near future.
Sarah Winchester dedicated the latter portion of her life to appeasing spirits. Our main character, Harry Houdini dedicated his life to disproving these spirit's existence. Molly, the psychic, thinks otherwise.