I illustrated the poster for this indy horror movie (released Spring 2018). This is my practice animation of the artwork for fun as I learn how to use Adobe After Effects.
My first animation from concept to final movie.
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I just found this DVD of an animation I made out of my Brooklyn apartment in 2000. Patrick Heliman did the sound from recordings of his Brooklyn apartment radiator hissing. I used a 1960's Bolex 16mm camera mounted on a 2x4 above a table in my studio apartment. Some of the drawings for this film were from a book I editioned (15 of them) called Taught. I used an old, manual shutter release about 50,000 times to make this dumb thing, and consequently wrecked my right arm. Because of that I still use a computer mouse with my left hand. At about 8:28 is the start of another one I did - but for some reason it't not all there. I'll look arounf for it.