Brain Break

This was a busy week mostly because it was dominated by a lot of business paperwork (can you say tax season?). But I did get to work on a number of projects, client work, and of course the daily sketches.

Speaking of which...I completed my month of sketches, wherein I created a short animation every day using Cinema 4D for the entire month of March. Although the art was mostly pretty bad, I did learn a whole lot. Think of them less as pieces of art and more as technical experiments. I learned something new with each one of them. And it wasn't so long ago that I knew zilch about the program. I'm going to continue making sketches every day with no immediate plans to stop. The entirety of the catalog can be viewed and followed on Tumblr.

Last Tuesday I posted a special edition of the blog where I talked about my early experiences in the industry and about my colleagues and friends I met at Reflexive Entertainment. In the end, it's about how the people we choose to be around can make life really great. Go check it out if you haven't yet.

Finally, I'm going to be honest...I'm a bit lost as to what to do next for an original short. Hunted is ambitious and is going to take a long time. However, I feel that I really should release something a lot sooner. I have a hunch that I'm going to figure out a good balance this week. Actually, I'm taking my first real break this week since starting my business! Going to get some good thinking time in. But in the meantime, here's somethin' to look at: