Toons on Tap
21 November 2013
Miaomiao teaches little kids and toddlers a few words in chinese.
It is a series by Mark Animation. Each episode is 2 minutes long.
The first season was recently released in Kidobi's website!
Click on the image to see :)
I helped out with some animation, some modeling, some texturing and some designs for the project.
It was a lot of fun working on it!
20 November 2013
I helped out on this iPad app,
and it was recently published!
(click on the image to go to the website)
It is made for kids and toddlers to learn a few words in chinese.
I made animations and designs for this,
it was a lot of fun and I learnt lots
(including some chinese)
19 November 2013
The best-ever life drawing session in town,
Toons On Tap (designed for animators <3 nbsp="" p="">3>
held an "Adventure Time" session last time I was there.
This were LOADS of fun to doodle C:
The following are quickies: 30 second poses
The model was awesome posing as Fiona,
the copyrights belong to Cartoon Network
and Adventure Time (NOT ME!)
and I am really thankful to the Toons On Tap superteam
Laurie, Jeremy, and Jeffrey
for having this theme :3
PS. I'm testing a label to watermark my artwork...
I think this is not a winner just yet :P
I'll be more playful with the next test!
28 September 2013
I took a pink and a white bottles of acrylic paint and rushed to the cashier.
The store was about to close.
The pink one was labeled "Tutti-Frutti" (om-nom-noms, right?)
I used to avoid this colour as much as I could, but it looks very inviting now.
I made a painting with them on a little canvas.
I used a photo I found online, just to practice.
I'll post it later, with its reference.
I also used the pink paint for the last Toons on Tap session.
Here's the outcome of that session with the tutti-frutti acrylic.
The theme was 007. These are between 2 and 10 minute long poses.
The pink panther theme started playing on the background while I drew this one.
I really need a lot more practice!
Looking for interesting things to do and learn from,
Richard suggested I tried painting silhouettes and volumes a while ago.
Just the paint and a brush.
I hadn't done it for some time, so I tried it again.
(In the end I couldn't help but throw in some black lines, though)
Thanks to Richard for the tip!
And if you ever wanna try it, you should! It's fun :)