Wednesday, 31 August 2011


For the last couple of weeks I've been interning at Th1ng working with the lovely Chris Cray, who's definitely furthered my understanding of animation. But this post however is not about animation, but more about his love for cross hatching stemming from Tom Gauld. It had reminded me of some illustrations that I had done before I found animation about a year ago. These images are quite old, and I hope I have progressed since their creation but I thought I'd share them with you today. In the spirit of sharing (and cross hatching) there is a blog that has recently become very active that is well worth a look - created by my friend Chris who who's work I am just in awe of, so check it out.


Hello hello. So this is an animation that I redid in flash from a rough pencil animation task from school. To be honest I got rather uninterested half way through so this is in no way a good little animation but for me it was just something I wanted to get done and out of the way. The next animation I post will definitely, definitely, kind of probably hopefully be better...

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

See something, say something

I came across this today and just wanted to share it. Lovely work, really heartwarming, eyes definitely welled up.

See Something Say Something from Bold Creative Showreel on Vimeo.

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Hey, I know that name!

After an afternoon stroll in cyber space I came across this wonderful animation, I soon realised that it was crafted by a friend from my secondary schools brother. Random.

Really beautifully, and a superb style.


A beautiful animation exploring the process of growing up. I love the style and the abstract nature of the animation, really charming.

From Animate! funded short film 2006. Winner best film at London Animation Festival 2006.
Written by Liana Dognini.
Music by Ben Park.
Edited by Rod Main.
Produced by Jo Gallagher through Picasso Pictures