Whether you use Animate, Animate Pro or Harmony, my upcoming Toon Boom book will get you started. It’s called “Animate to Harmony: The Independent Animator’s Guide to Toon Boom”.
The release of Toon Boom Harmony 10.3 brings amazing new blur and turbulent noise effects.
Ever get that thing where your finances don’t reflect how busy you are? Like somehow the money doesn’t seem to justify working your eyes to the bone? Yeah me too. Story of the independent professional in the 21st Century huh? It’s a good thing I love what I’m doing, for the most part. Here’s ►►
The intro cinematic I made for EA2D’s Dragon Age: Legends, now owned by Bioware.
I was recently given an opportunity by Wizards of the Coast to come up with my own ideas for a DnD-themed webcomic. I’m not sure exactly what their plans are for this new section but it appears they’re simply getting a bunch of artists together and gauging which makes an impact. Here is the full ►►
My second music video, which I wrote and animated for Cilla Jane’s song “Into the Woods”.
There’s a good reason I haven’t updated in 2 months. Dashkin has now got a sponsor and I’ve been holding off on making the announcement until contracts are finalised. However, as these things go, we’ve been held up and I won’t be making the official announcement just yet. So rather than stay quiet until I ►►
Work on the Bitey game is progressing at a decent pace. Sean and I have changed direction once or twice as we figure out ways to accomplish certain things and push limitations of Flash. One thing I’m learning is that in a game we simply cannot overload the Flash Player with insanely intricate vectors that ►►
As my latest contract on Dragon Age Legends winds down and before a new one starts, I want to go crazy on Brackenwood to make some ground on a few things: New Brackenwood Game Over the coming weeks you’ll see screenshots and updates on a full featured, brand new Bitey game which I’m making with ►►
D&D Cartoon #7 – RedBox Ninjas.
I’ll embed the new D&D movie here when it’s live.. should be in a day or two. For now, here’s a coupla small pics: This is all created with the drawing and painting tools in ToonBoom Animate Pro.
At the end of last year I completed some illustration work for Dungeons & Dragons’ latest ‘The Player’s Strategy Guide‘. As it’s been published now, I’m allowed to show the stuff I did for it. The book is full of incredible work by other artists too, so it’s a huge honour to be sharing page ►►
Here I’ll teach you how to get around in my favourite animation software, ToonBoom Animate 2 and Animate Pro 2. The entire introductory video series (below) is absolutely free and, coming soon, exclusive lessons intermediate to advanced.
D&D Cartoon #6 – DMG2: The Lady of Pain
This was another attempt to make something from start to finish in a single day, but it ended up taking two. It’s also the first time I used ToonBoom instead of Flash for a personal work. I used Animate Pro 2 which, back then (early 2009), was known as Digital Pro. The response to this ►►