An illustration of my interpretation of the character Percival Fredrickstein Von Musel Klossowski de Rolo III and his magical cloak, Cabal’s Ruin, from Critical Role. Art was featured here in episode 73, “The Coming Storm”. Lineart in ink pen, then scanned and colored in Photoshop.
A motion graphic I made to advertise a picnic for my church.
Clips from the “Mittashane” music video; I was responsible for the rotoscoping and the reference footage. Actor is Ryo, the lead singer of the band. Kaleidoscope patterns by Eric Gonzalez and music by “Castro House”.
The full video has been screened at Frack Fest, The Lake Charles Film Festival, Music Malt Online Festival, Animation Marathon, and The Blackbird Film Festival. It was nominated for two awards at the Blackbird Film Festival, including Best Animated Sequence and Best Upstate NY Film.
A still life I modeled, textured, and rendered in Autodesk Maya 2016 and composited and edited in Adobe Photoshop. The still life consists of a bracelet given to me by a friend, a folding mirror that my mom had has a teen and gave to me, and jewelry box from Vietnam than my uncle gave my mom, who gave it to me. The objects are on the desk of my townhouse room on one of my mini table cloths.
The room of a young hermit woman who lives in a small house in an enchanted forest. She lives simply and elegantly, and likes to read.
My colleague Ashley Adams and I worked together to create this informational motion graphic about the future of continental drift. We felt the best way to convey the information was with illustrative movement and accurate maps, with an interesting paper cutout design. Voiceover by Drahveson.
Some of the visualization drafts.
A sample of background paintings from an animation for a class. I wanted to keep a bright, child’s fantasy look to match the story being told.