Archive for October, 2012

The Rabbit gets some paint

The Rabbit gets some paint

Here’s the completed Bridgett Rabbit piece! I had a hard time figuring out her coloration. You see, she’s not your common everyday hare, so why paint her to look like one :) Her coloration is based on the “checkered giant” basically a black and white spotted rabbit… They usually have black on their mouths, eyes, and ears, as well...

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Here Come The Dancing Bears!

Here Come The Dancing Bears!

After playing around with the movement and interaction of the rats, I wanted to do another couples piece. I like capturing the character’s still images as if these bears were dancing the night away. Clearly, they’re pros ;) Enjoy! If you’re having trouble viewing the clip, please click here. Check back soon to see what’s next!

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The Rats come to life!

The Rats come to life!

I’m flexing my storytelling skills this week in creating a piece with two characters. I enjoy being able to move things around to get a different perspective… I guess that’s why I love 3D art – every angle shows something new :) Anyway, please enjoy my not so modest rats come to life in this week’s time lapse. *If...

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Catchin’ Wabbits!

Catchin’ Wabbits!

My intentions for this weekend in the studio/garage were to whip up a few more jolly pigs… however, I ended up with something completely different!  Please check out the time lapse below to see the creation of Bridgett Rabbit. She is my largest ceramic piece thus far :) If you’re having trouble viewing the video please use this link....

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One Alluring Alligator!

One Alluring Alligator!

The Alluring Alexandra Alligator is now complete… And she’s even sassier with color! I’ll be updating the sculpture section with all her beauty shots this weekend – So please check back soon! Keep an eye on the blog and see what I sculpt up this weekend!

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Show me the MONKEY!

Show me the MONKEY!

Last night, I re-visited Bonsai, my Bonobo friend. He was in the mood for a paint job! Painting him was a little tricky, as I wanted to really brighten up his face. However, Bonobos have dark faces and bodies, thus creating a little challenge for me. This challenge followed me through photographing him… (the black monkey on a black...

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