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“Three’s Horrible” is a satirical treatment of the great horror movie monsters of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. Dracula, Frankenstein’s monster, and the Wolf-Man all live together in an old, run-down, Ranch style, apartment house waiting for the next time they’re wanted again. Personalities are introduced and ultimately clash in this first part of a new series. I did everything in this short excluding only the subtle background ambient audio coming from the TV (credits

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I did some character animation for a company called Mind Candy Design for an online interactive game: “Moshi Monsters“. I was contracted to do animations for a wide array of emotions and reactions each with varying levels of intensity. I took a selection of the animations I did for a character called Luvli as well as a couple clips that show how some assets were animated. These characters were so much fun to work on

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I did some character animation for a company called Mind Candy Design for an online interactive game: “Moshi Monsters“. I was contracted to do animations for a wide array of emotions and reactions each with varying levels of intensity. I took a selection of the animations I did for a character called Furi (who is the biggest of the monsters in the game) as well as a couple clips that show how some assets were

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This is a style test I did a couple years ago for a short I intend to follow through on in the future. It’s about a kid who goes to the bus-stop and is met with a new bully. Currently there’s not much story in the video and the character designs for the kid has changed. The thing I’m really showcasing with this at the moment are the sound effects which, as always, were done

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Doing animations for online kids games or presentations for educational outlets is a real blessing if you can do it in your career. You feel great that the work is going to be appreciated on many levels and that it’s going to be used to admirable effect when you’re done. However… … every once in a while you may get the urge to do something less admirable and a little more low-brow; thus MFTT.

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