3d animation, animals, animation, goat, humor, humorous, music, Uncategorized

Dancing Goat Animation ( Let’s Sing)

After one month of designing, 3d modeling, and animating, I have finally finished this short music video featuring this nerdy little dancing goat named Alex.

Music is by the talented SackJo22 featuring George Ellinas with Snowflake on vocals. Download the song here: http://ccmixter.org/files/SackJo22/38362. Song used under the CC-A License.

A link to Information on my process will added here when I get the blog post finished.

Video is (c) 2016 Dean Scheppel

animals, art, concept art, dailies, Daily Doodle, daily painting, Uncategorized

Alex the Alligator (D19)

cartoon gator anthro oc character furry sona

I really wanted to draw one of my favorite old characters. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you have probably seen him a few times. I  went out of my comfort zone and massed (aka blocked in) the shapes without a preliminary line sketch

1+ hour of work which I am ashamed to say is the most I’ve spent on a daily so far this year. Drawn in Manga Studio as always.

I also have a girl named Alix and a dragon named Alex… I need to come up with better names for my characters. Maybe I can rename the gator Chip or something.

Also, what do you think of the redesign of the blog?

 

3d modeling, animals, blender, character, penguins

Penguin Pete ( 3d Model)

penguin-rigg-test penguin

Penguin Pete is a finished 3d model that is completely rigged and ready to be animated. I am going to do a simple 3D animation of him sliding down a mountain on his belly. There will be a funny scene but I don’t want to spoil it.

I made the model with Blender.

animals, anthro, art, artrage, cartoon, daily painting, furry, myth

Trickster Coyote (Monster 17)

monster-trickster-4

The trickster coyote is a popular character in Native American lore. I was going to adorn him with a more traditional Native American outfit, but I didn’t have time to research it. I probably made the face a bit too cartoony. I still like how this study came out.

Painted in Artrage, time spent: 2 1/2 hours. Note: I know he’s technically not a ‘monster’ BUT is it a creature of myth so is kinda of counts 😀