Thursday, April 20, 2017

A Watchcat Weekend in Burbank!

The weekend of (April 29 and 30th) is the Burbank Arts Festival in beautiful Downtown Burbank on San Fernando Blvd., between
Magnolia Blvd and Angeleno Avenue. The event is free and fun from 10am - 5pm!

Greg Bradley and myself will be sitting at a table, under a tent promoting Woodbury University and introducing lucky passersby to our Watchcat merch. We've got Watchcat T-Shirts, Collector Pins and free Watchcat postcards and stickers! We are promoting Watchcat to the Burbank community in hopes to gain more subscribers and let more people know about that mysterious crime-fighting cat in their neighborhood, known as Watchcat.

So, look for us near the CTN tents, stop by our table and let us know if you are a Watchcat fan, follow our Watchcatfiles blog or subscribe to our Watchcat Films channel on Youtube? We can't wait for the weekend!

Below are 3 Watchcat episodes and you can see more, by subscribing to our Youtube channel Watchcat Films.

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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Honeynut bee by me!

Here's the latest Trix commercial, where 3 famous animated General Mills cereal mascots react to a real talking rabbit. Calabash Animation in Chicago hired me to animate Buzz the Honeynut Cheerio bee using Maya. It was a great opportunity and a fun spot to work on!


Friday, May 6, 2016

Watchcat Clip

Here is a clip of final scenes from Watchcat Episode 2.

Final22_25 from Toondini on Vimeo.
Hand Drawn and scanned into Toon Boom, imported into After Effect, 1/4 cup of nutmeg,
1 tea spoon of butter, and baked at 370 for 4 1/2 minutes in Premiere.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Meet the Patels Animation Design

I did the Character Designs, storyboarding and created animatics for the animated segments in "Meet the Patels". Here is the official trailer, which begins with some of myanimation, don't blink...

Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times, gives me animation credit in his article. Here's a link to the film's website and where you can see the film too.