Pinnochi0 Animation

Pinnochi0, 2015, Process Gif

If you follow me here or on social media, you know every year I curate and promote an artist calendar. Each year, we come up with a theme and then we draw something for each month based on that theme. For 2016’s calendar, the most voted on theme was “tales”, meaning fairy tales, folk tales,

Hunted Animation

The Hunter, 2015, Process Gif

Here’s an interesting one for you. This is more of a practice piece than anything, not really anything portfolio worthy. I started this piece just doodling on my tablet last year and liked how my gestural drawing came out, so I just tried to extrapolate from there. I liked the angle of it and the

Our Names in Lights Animation

Our Names in Lights, 2015, Process Gif

Remember what I was saying about the process gifs? Sometimes at the end of a project I end up with a bunch of screenshots of the piece as it is in progress. It’s neat to flip back and forth like a flipbook and see what changed and what didn’t. I love seeing other artists and

I Remember Process Gif

I Remember, 2014, Process Gif

So I’m trying to make sure I update my website more often and add things to the blog here, things that I think my visitors will find interesting. I know I like seeing both timelapse videos and process images. Often times I make process images (or process gifs) so you can see how things were

Remembering

New Video: Timelapse “Remembering”

Often times I don’t get to share outside of social media, but I like to document my works sometimes by recording my process as it happens. Once it’s done, I can then “fast forward” or “timelapse” the process. In the video below, you will see an 80 times timelapse. This means the 4:14 minute video

December Featured Image

New Video: Timelapse “December”

Here’s an interesting piece I was working on. It was more of a “speedpaint” than a timelapse, as I didn’t intend to put much time into the actual work. I had a specific idea in mind and specific style I wanted to try out, and I had sketched out a quick thought before I brought

Azra Untitled Timelapse Photo

New Video: Timelapse “Untitled”

Here’s an interesting timelapse video. More often than not, I sketch out my works before heading into photoshop to work on them. I’ll sketch them in a sketchbook or on a scrap piece of paper, then scan them in, then modify, work under, or work over the sketch. In this video, I actually made the sketch and