My Demo Reel updated to June 2017. Including a lot of my graduate school work at Ball State University.
Saturday, June 17, 2017
Sunday, June 11, 2017
A young man desperate to make his mark on society decides to do so at any cost.
a re work of a previous project, https://vimeo.com/162297743 , following 5 obstructions given by a peer. The Obstructions were.
Have your characters be more unique or easy to identify
Add more animations to certain dead moments of the film
Upgrade or improve the backgrounds somehow
Use your "Canadian" voice to narrate
Have a shorter film, condensing it.
A stop motion film made based on the prompt "that will leave a mark" created within a 49 hour time frame. music from The Builder Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
A short film I made for the 49 hour competition by MG Collective April 8th 2016. To my knowledge the contest was never judged, but I have seen some of the other videos from it posted recently so I figured I would put mine up.
My main goal for this project was to see how much I could get done in a short amount of time. I did all the set up and animation within about a 24 hour window, and came up with the story and comped it together and did audio with the rest of the time. I am fairly satisfied with how it turned out. I would definitely like to revisit it someday when I have the time to make the sets and characters more detailed, and iron out the finer details of the story itself.
Let me know what you think.
DairyLand is a fun, charming game, but has to be played by Moogie the Cow's rules...or else.
Collaborative stop motion short film created at Ball State University, directed by Jacob Dudley. Animators: Christopher Dobbs, Reanna Miller, and Andrew Salo. Produced by James "Andy" Beane.
Travis is very much in love with Peggy, and what better way to show it than with something plump and cuddly.
3D short film created at Ball State University, directed by Christopher Dobbs. Animators: Jacob Dudley, Reanna Miller, and Andrew Salo. Produced by James "Andy" Beane.