Character Animation

Back To The Future 1

One of two animations that I did, using audio from a scene from back to the future. 2003.


Drew Carey Green Screen

Done for AHa Studios in 2005.
The studio that creates Whose Line Is It Anyway created a spin-off show where the improv actors did their thing in front of a green screen. The segments were then sent out to various studios to animate additional funny bits around the actors.
I didn’t have a hand in deciding any of the action, so I do not feel weird saying that this was one of the best bits in the show.


Due Date

This began as a character project for my students. We take a pre-rigged character, and re-act a scene from a popular (or unpopular) movie.


Back To The Future 2

One of two animations that I did, using audio from a scene from back to the future. 2003


iLevel Media Lamp

Done as a promotional piece for my long-time client and friends at iLevel Media. Originally modeled by Esteban Quesada, this began as a character project for my students.


Kingpin

This began as a character project for my students. We take a pre-rigged character, and re-act a scene from a popular (or unpopular) movie.


Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin: Overnight Clinic

Thanks again to my favorite client, Ilevel Media, for getting me this job. My first character animation TV commercial. Done in Maya, and so much easier than character animation using LightWave.

Bitter Robot