I frequently create one-off animated shorts for school projects, for friends, or just for fun, typically ranging between 2-10 minutes in length.
These short films span the gambit of animation techniques and styles, and may be traditionally animated, vector animated, computer generated, or feature a blend of animation techniques. These also include replications of existing styles, such as faithful adaptations of The Powerpuff Girls and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, as well as tongue-in-cheek parodies of Japanese anime and cutesy television commercials.
Anyway, that's enough of me talking about them! Below is a selection of these animated shorts so you can watch them for yourself!
IQ 76 (Fallout 76 Cartoon)
A short, dialogue-free video summarizing my experience playing Bethesda's Fallout 76.
JAVELINS (Anthem Cartoon)
A short cartoon about Bioware's video game Anthem.
Luckily, they eventually added a "respawn" button for players, so you don't have to be downed for eternity.
ONSEI NO WARIETE (ANIME PARODY)
Our professor, THOMAS SITO, has given us a lip-syncing assignment. Specifically, we are to animate the line, "leave that alone and get out of here" from 1933 film adaption of "The Invisible Man."
Unfortunately, the evil THOMAS SITO has claimed that the anime style cannot accomplish this feat! Can our heroes prove him wrong?
No. The answer is no, they cannot.
Created March 26, 2015
PARALYZED CHILDHOOD (PARODY)
The cartoons we watched in childhood offered an escape from a world that we often found immense and frightening.
In the aftermath of a devastating event, I find myself recreating the worlds of my childhood cartoons in order to obfuscate the horrors of real life. In a sense, I am living in a world of constant, paralyzed childhood. That's the closest I can come to explaining that incoherent title.
Parody of The Powerpuff Girls, Danny Phantom, and The Fairly Odd Parents.
Created April 9, 2015