The Delivery + Extras



Howdy howdy,

It's about time this gets shown, so without further ado- I present what was a part of my senior thesis at Ringling College of Art & Design. It was a blast doing the story and learning from these characters. The story here is very close to personal interactions...and a hope for who ever my love is out there in the world.

In addition to the fancy animatic there is a turn around of a Z-Brush model I had done of my little chef, Lily. It was painfully exhilarating to do this.

Cheers,

-Haylee

14 comments:

Kendra Melton said...

Very heart warming! Cute story. And I like that pop of color with the blue. Did you take the new zBrush class or did you soldier off and self teach? either way nicely done. CONGRATS YOUR DONE! :P

Jesse Nelson said...

Hi Haylee,
Really nice story and great drawing style...I love your environment stuff especially! Love the other stuff on the blog; keep up the amazing work!

Louise Smythe said...

<3

so very charming! great pacing and beats! congrats on everything!

JDireen said...

Wow! sign me up to work on that short :) Well done. Seriously inspiring.

Danny Araya said...

great work, that came out really sweet.

RAWLS said...

Looks great Hayls!! Well done my friend!

M said...

awesome storytelling and work!

Marcos Mateu said...

Very nice. I love the rhythm of it, the expressions and character of the kids. Your poses are dynamic and lively indeed.

Ashly Lovett said...

I didnt get a chance to see the video of your thesis, so I'm so glad you posted it. Awesome job missy. I love the zbrush.

Gyg said...

That was a solid narrative going on there. You really nailed the storytelling and everything supported it nicely, definitely going to be paying attention to the work you're putting out.

(Just found out about your work via @ShermCohen on twitter)

Tooninator said...

I think I just melted :)

You are something else.

Andrew said...

Nice job! I really like the 3D models!

Jamie said...

this is a very charming story. would love to see it fully animated someday. :)

Mitch said...

Very charming! I love how you draw your characters, and I like the timing of the composition. Keep up the wonderful work!

-- Mitch