Lake Shore Drive! My most involved project. It is a wedding gift for my marvelous wife, Elizabeth Perryman. She’s from Chicago, and this is a tribute to her city. I love it, and I love her.
The rest of my animations, from newest to oldest:
Not A Ghost: My October 2017 entry for the Rubber Onion challenge (formerly “battle”)
Journey Through Forgotten Scriptures: A commissioned piece I did for the Tanho Center about newly discovered Christian writings that were not included in the New Testament.
Nature Show with No Animals: My entry for June 2017’s Rubber Onion battle. I was really happy with the character designs for my aliens with this one.
Poorly Timed Time Machine: My entry for May 2017’s Rubber Onion battle. I won the battle this month!
Brahms Pick-Up Band: A live action/animation blend I made as a gift for my sister for Mother’s Day, featuring my baby niece.
Awkward Valentine: February 2017’s Rubber Onion battle entry.
New Year’s Resolution: January 2017’s Rubber Onion battle entry.
Meet Thecla: A work commissioned by the Tanho Center which introduces an early Christian text that was not included in the Bible. I provided the animation for the video, which is narrated by three members of the Tanho Center. It starts 12 seconds into this sermon by John Rogers. (Stay for the sermon! It’s great.)
Unmade Holiday Special: November 2016’s Rubber Onion battle entry.
Rejected Monsters: October 2016’s Rubber Onion battle entry.
Exciting Trailers for Boring Subjects: August 2016’s Rubber Onion battle entry.
Mustache Problems: July 2016’s Rubber Onion battle entry. I won the battle this month! It features a voiceover by Josh Meathamski, a participant from May’s #angryflowers battle. Check out his original entry!
Handshake Fail: My entry for June 2016’s Rubber Onion battle.
KaBloom! My first foray into an animation battle: A fabulous monthly contest/gathering run by the Rubber Onion podcast. Entry for May 2016.
High Five: A Mother’s Day gift I made for my sister, featuring my baby nephew, Andre. I was happy to see that I could blend live action and animation.
Dear Mom and Dad… A thank you note for my parents.
Monsters Can Fly!