Animation Reel: Winter 2017
An updated reel featuring some of the illustrations I did for Scottgames' newest title: "Freddy Fazbear's Pizzeria Simulator".
The "The Immortal and the Restless" is a contract project I did for Scottgames to be used as part of the latest installment of their popular video game series, "Five Nights at Freddy's". Scott Cawthon provided the audio, I did the character design, storyboards, and animation. The 4+ minutes of animation were completed in 2.5 weeks.
Music: "Electroswing Revival" by Gee, used with permission.
Prozess Technologie: Explainer Video
Client: Marketing as a Service
Software used: Adobe After Effects, Illustrator, Audition and Premiere
Job Role: Asset creation, and animation
Description: A project I did in conjunction with the marketing agency, Marketing as a Service, for their client Prozess Technologie. I was brought in to do the animation so the design and storyboards were already approved. My job was to work from the given storyboards to create the assets, record and edit the audio, and of course animate it. The creative director gave me a lot of freedom to animate it how I wanted. Afterwards I did the final edits and revisions in Premiere.
Software used: Adobe After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop
Job Role: Design, storyboard, asset creation, and animation
Audio: Clip from the video game "Portal 2" by Valve Software
Description: I did this project over the summer to teach myself how to use After Effects. Kind of an homage to one of my favorite video games.
Leap Day William: Rough Animatic
This Leap Day I spent my extra day doing some animation just for fun. I grabbed some audio that seemed fitting (sourced from the "Leap Day" episode of 30 Rock) and tried to see how far I could get on 30 seconds of character animation in one day. Sadly, computer problems killed most of the work but I still have this rough animatic. It came out kinda of cute so I figured I'd post it, enjoy!
Character Design: 41 min.
Audio Edits: 1 hr., 42 min.
Storyboards: 1 hr. 14 min.
Timing: 1 hr., 10 min.
Paradox: Game Tutorial
Client: Split Second Games
Software Used: Adobe After Effects and Photoshop
Job Role: Storyboards and Animation
Narration: Randy Field (Scratch track)
Description: Part of a video tutorial for the board game "Paradox". Split Second hired me to put together a video explaining how their game works to be used as part of their KickStarter campaign. The audio and design concept were already in place and approved so my job was to come up with an interesting way to show how the game worked.