Here’s a nasty meat stop-motion test I made during pre-production of Tankard’s Fooled By You Guts music video

Here’s a nasty meat stop-motion test I made during pre-production of Tankard’s Fooled By You Guts music video

I submitted my first LoopDeLoop challenge today for this months theme of “Childhood”. I only spent one long day on it so the colours are a bit suss (I don’t know how the ginger ended up turning black) but at least I finally got around to doing one.

Shout out to all the other gingers kids who spent more time putting on sunscreen than playing on the beach.

celouts:

Rotten by James Neilson

Stop-Motion

Decomposing veggies get medieval.

Contact: jamesneilson10@gmail.com

Here’s a little preview of my upcoming graduate film. It’ll be screened at the Cel-Outs animation exhibition in November along with works from heaps of talented animators in my course.

(Reblogged from celouts)

More charcoal sketches from today and last week’s life drawing classes.

animation test for my grad film

animation test for my grad film

Far out I haven’t posted anything for a while. Here’s a nude dude I drew in my first life drawing class today. Soft charcoal 40 and 60 mins.

A Peppermint Larry inspired turn-around of a character for old mate Tabitha to hang out with

Heres one of the stop-mo animations I’ve been working on over the last month. It’s made up of 33 self-portraits of myself using acrylics, water-colours, pastels and charcoal.

The footage from my original shoot was a bit choppy so i’ll be uploading a cleaner version when I can get my hands on the right equipment to reshoot it.

Music Track: Podington Bear - Swollen Cloud

First watercolor painting in years. 7 more to do for my animated self portrait project

Got my war paint on