A couple of concepts for a short film idea called, Howard’s Howl, written by my friend, Ellery Van Dooyeweert. A really charming story of two friends trying to make it in the ruthless Hollywood scene of the 1950s.
Hey all, so I made a film this semester! It was supposed to be a 30-second film but I went a little overboard. This was a lot of fun to do and I’m pretty happy with the results. Featuring the wonderful tunes of @everydaylouie, thank you for letting me use your music! Anyways, hope you all enjoy!
This took exactly three months longer than expected. Any sane person would have reconsidered before dumping a quarter of a year into making a parody short about a minor character in a stage play. .
If you’ve read the hilarious wild ride that was Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, I’m sure you too were caught off guard by the ridiculousness that is the trolley lady sequence. Under her kindly facade, she is in fact some sort of ageless homunculus that threatens school children with her arm spikes. Yikes.
You might also notice that the animation on Albus and Scorpius vastly outpaces the crap I usually churn out. That’s because Styxtwig kindly offered her animated talents in the pursuit of this madness.
It’s been a surreal, almost dadaist expenditure of effort. Hopefully, you’ll get a chuckle out of it!
The teaser/voice cast intro for the upcoming Roz Wells + The Vortex web short, “Ant Agony!”
“Ant Agony” is a 3 minute short that will introduce the main characters and vibe of the Roz Wells world. When Crimson Canyon Junior High is overrun with an ant infestation it’s up to Roz & her bandmates to help an incompetent sasquatch exterminator in order to liberate Roz’s guitar from homeroom.
Check the video to see the cast (don’t wanna spoil it).
So, remember when I said I was working on a short animated film? Well, it’s finally here and ready for more people to see! I’m super excited to share this so please give it a like, a reblog, a share, a comment, anything if you like it or even if you don’t. It’s my first ever animation and I’d love any feedback :)
Ok So Mass Effect Andromeda comes out March 21. And to get on the hype and shit I wanted to do a Mass Effect Animated short.
IT would have to be about 6 min and wouldn’t be an incredible piece of animation cause it’s…my first animation.
Now I used Pixar’s 4th rule of story telling to get the basic story with my OC Revvi
”Once upon a time there was turian bounty hunter named Revvi.
Every day, she would call her human boyfriend and sometimes even sleeps at his house (and with him).
One day a military politician threatened her to hand over her unique tools, The omni-disk.
Because of that, he kidnapped her boyfriend.
Because of that, Revvi attacked the politician s office.
Until finally she had to make a very difficult decision (Which lets the viewer lick the ending video they want).”
Now…I’m wondering if this is too complicated a story, which is Pixar’s 5th rule: “ Simplify. Focus. Combine characters. Hop over detours. You’ll feel like you’re losing valuable stuff but it sets you free.”
I could make a new story that’s simpler, but the reason I thought one was good was because the conflict emotionally affects the protag, Revvi.