story / concept / animation

Unicorn Boys Run

Hey all. Been doing some visual development work for Shaded Chasm, a series hopefully coming soon from Mourou! I had Keff up here for my birthday this past week and we started writing episodes, getting the plot and character development down. Now it’s up to me to direct the visual look for our series. So, I was doodling around in Toon-Boom last night and decided to do an old exercise from school – the walk cycle. Since Pincho is a little more action-based, I decided to give him a run. This was a lot of fun and helpful in deciding what to do next. Comments on the style would be appreciated! Is this something you’d like to see more of? Would you rather it be puppet animation instead of hand-drawn? Let me know! Thanks guys.


7 responses

  1. Yes I want to see more of this – I like the hand drawing, I also like the puppet stuff – do what you feel 🙂

    07.12.2011 at 7:22am

  2. Gma

    Looks great, do more!

    07.12.2011 at 9:24am

  3. Jordan

    I like the hand drawn style, and this project sounds interesting. What is it about? Just a series of shorts involving Unicorn boy? I hope everything is going well for you buddy and keep in touch.

    07.12.2011 at 11:04am

    • It’s an episodic series involving Pincho and a couple other characters I’ve been drawing. I’ll definitely keep you posted.

      07.12.2011 at 9:08pm

  4. Keff

    I like it hand drawn for sure dude! The run cycle is good but I think he needs a little more of a unique run in the future. Maybe more of a prance/ float/ stomp?

    07.12.2011 at 8:32pm

    • Yeah that’s something to consider. I was either going to do another Pincho action or a Harbie walk, so I think I might stick with Pincho a little bit before switching characters.

      07.12.2011 at 9:07pm

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