That mop has fabulous hair
helicopter looks like a monster eating people om nom
Faces in Places is one of my favorite games MY GOD.
Working at LEGO has made me a giant fan of LEGO, so there are some jokes in the movie that hit me harder than it might’ve otherwise. But to be honest I was scared to DEATH of the movie being an insufferable, hour and a half long commercial. I’m super glad to see that I was completely wrong.
Intentionally using the wrong colors and sloppy coloring to see if she still can read ok. Cool colors instead of her warm browns.
Alex the Cat ~*~my first OC~*~
Geife’s parents. They had many kids, twelve to be exact. I used this as a springboard to actually create their looks. I enjoy the idea of the father having no ears, so the children having long ears would be a surprise.
They live south of Rata Sum, in an unpopular section of the Maguuma Jungle. They only sent a few of their Progeny up to Rata Sum for education, most were content to stay at home and help with their research of the flora.
So who wants Brahm to lose his leg because he’s being stupid and walking on it and has to spend a ton of quality time with Taimi and learns how to walk and they make new legs together and THAT WOULD BE COOL OK?!?!
Darn tumblr savior not existing when I visit on campus. SURE WOULD BE NICE IF IT WERE INTERNALIZED STAFF.
Yes, “”“creative”“” names. Geife’s parents’ names are anagrams of the original inspirational album: Palookaville. The names scribbled here were further anagrammed, to sound better as I spoke them, and Vellka was taken. D:
Originally, there were no parents in Project Palookaville, and each character was a standalone. Rebuilding them as all being siblings means they need parents, but I didn’t want to just bump up the characters to parents. So, new characters.
Abyssinian cat with kitten (x)
AAAAA THEY’RE LIKE COUGAR HOUSECATS AAAAA
49th haha[banjos in the distance]
Have I mentioned I miss Nebraska? Because I do. :,<
(Though how they come to these figures remains to be explored)
So I took a bit of time to make a reference for myself, as we do walks and runs for animation.
- Bad camera position, cropped off feet
- stabilizing bar is in the way
- still some obvious background visual noise
- tape on treadmill is not uniform (one distance is longer than the rest)
- treadmill is short, can’t do super long strides (can’t help that)
- Not enough indicators on body
Still, I think this was insightful, and I could probably do better with props and blocking out the background more.