Monthly Archives: March 2013

Moorehawke animation work in progress…

(still can’t post swfs to the blog so click on the pic to see the animated scenes) This will be the last time I post this project as a WiP ( I’m going to wait until entire movie is completed … Continue reading

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The only blog post I’ll make re Steubenville

The Steubenville rape trial has provoked a lot of excellent discussion in which I’ve partaken to some extent privately elsewhere online. In short, the best articles I think you can read on the matter are Laurie Penny’s wonderful article in … Continue reading

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BG Art: scene one

The background art for scene one of the Moorehawke animation I’m working on.

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Palmerstown Community School Graphic Novel Project. The final round up.

When I first sat down with the students of Palmerstown community college and explained the process we were about to embark on, I told them that finishing was entirely up to them. I wasn’t there to crack a whip over … Continue reading

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Wyn & Christopher (slightly) animated

(I can’t upload swfs to the blog, but if you press the pic you’ll be taken to my DA account where you’ll see the animation) So these are the finished character designs for the Flash Animation I’m hoping to updating … Continue reading

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Wynter Moorehawke (slightly) animated.

I’m working on updating my flash animation portfolio. I thought I might as well have some fun with it and so I’m doing  a scene with Wynter and Christopher. I just finished Wynter’s character model today (the character designs always … Continue reading

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Places I’ll be this week…

I will be nattering away in several locations this week if anyone fancies coming along: Tues 5th 10am -11am I will be in Lucan Library at  celebrating the launch of the ‘Voice’ exhibition with the Palmerstown students who’s work will be on display. … Continue reading

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