Just a few pages from my sketchbook, showing aspects of the film in various states of gestation, as well as a look at what one could generously call my process:
Last winter I made a short animated film, mostly just to see if I could. It took half a year to complete and the finished product was a bit rough around the edges, but all in all I was pretty happy with it.
Winter is coming again here in the northern hemisphere and I’m working on a new film, this one a bit more ambitious, visually at least. There’s a lot of work to do, and I plan documenting the process here as it unfolds. For now, here’s a work-in-process look at one of the (as yet untitled) film’s backgrounds. Much more to come; stay tuned!
A quick peek at my piece for this weekend’s FireFish festival, in Lorain OH:
IngenuityFest 2017 is looming, and I’m excited to be part of it. Like last year, the festival will be held in the sprawling, (formerly) abandoned factory complex north of St. Clair Ave. Somewhere deep inside is this room:
The furniture will have to go, of course. And the light. As for what will take its place, here’s a small preview:
This weekend, for the third year in a row, I had the great pleasure of participating in Rooms to Let: CLE, in which a handful of foreclosed houses in Cleveland’s Slavic Village neighborhood were transformed into temporary artspaces. I build a video installation around my animation Emergence #2.
So in my last post I talked about a film that I’d been working on for the past several months. In lieu of of string of updates and work-in-progress posts, here’s the finished beast; enjoy!
So it’s been pretty quiet on this blog.
I’ve been busy over the fall and winter (and probably a not insignificant portion of the spring to come) working on a short animated film. Here’s a still:
No title as yet, but the film will be a ghost story of sorts. I’m hoping to have a short preview excerpt up in the near future; stay tuned!