Completed in early 2015, Little Red Robot Hunter is an original 2D animated short produced and animated by Maree Railton of Railtoons Animation.
Following the recent tradition of reinterpreting fairytales, it explores the idea of Little Red Riding Hood being retold as a futuristic chase scene, where a young woman living in the woods is confronted a Terminator-like robot wolf. Action ensues.
Made using a mixture of hand-drawn animation, painted backgrounds and multiplane compositing effects, LRRH was a traditionally-styled passion project and a pure joy to work on.
Most Outstanding 2D Project: Perception Showcase 2015
Official Selection: Melbourne International Animation Festival 2015
Official Selection: Athens AnimFest 2015
Recently I was commissioned by Community Training Australia to create an animated video showcasing their Diploma of Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health. Deciding the sleek look of motion graphics animation would work best for the project, I created the entire project in After Effects with a continuous camera, creating a fast-paced but cohesive outcome.
About a month ago I did some freelance animation work for the fine folks at Studio Joho in Australia, whose clients include the comedy web channel College Humor. I worked on the Furious 7 project, where I fully animated the first scene (with the Rock and guns and bombs and a million explosions), and the second last scene (with Paul Walker and Vin Diesel driving out of a skyscraper because… action movies).
The first scene took 5-6 days of full-time animating, while the later scene took about 3-4 days (the scripts, voice recording and character designs were already done beforehand). I used a mixture of Photoshop, Toon Boom Studio and After Effects, as is my usual workflow at the moment.
A logo design I put together to give my After Effects muscles a quick work out. The only limitations I put on myself were to design a generic company logo with a ‘golden’ theme, a particle system, and an active camera. Result? “Stay gold, Company XYZ!”
This painting was a private art commission I did for Craig L., who wanted an image of his family on an outing overlooking Paris. If you’d like a personalised art commission, you’re in luck! I have a few spots still open. Check out all the info here: Commissions OPEN!