Last year my company moved to new offices. It seems like conference room space is at a premium now, and I’m not convinced every one uses them for “real” meetings.
I love the idea of a turkey coming back from the oven as a zombie turkey. And we all have those unexpected, slightly neurotic holiday house guests. I like this character. I’ve named him Mr. Giblets (borrowing from February 30th), and I am sure he will stick around.
#DeadChuck gets his annual performance review on the same day as the office Halloween costume contest. This one didn’t end as strong as I wanted, but I’m still happy with it. Still trying to improve my phoneme work. Enjoy!
Finally getting back around to doing more of what I love. Going to focus more on this idea of a zombie family having to survive among the living instead of the other way around. In this case, even zombies (I call him DeadChuck) have to go to work on Mondays, and we all know what that is like…
I think Yoda could have done better…
Ever wonder why Anakin didn’t appear to Kylo as a “Force Ghost” and talk him out of things? Watch and understand, you will. This is my first attempt at adding speech synced to the major speech phonemes. It’s a little rough, and I don’t do celebrity voice impersonations well. Alec Guinness sounds a little less English, and more macho! Oh …
In anticipation of tonight’s mid-season finale, here’s another episode of the dumb zombie family who doesn’t know they are dead.
The other day my family and I were watching a documentary on ocean life. When the topic of whale songs came up, the announcer said the whales were singing to find a mate. I just think they have gas.
Here’s another remake. I love this one. The sound effects make it. It’s 12 seconds… really trying to stay under 10, but it’s worth it.
This is a longer animation (1 min) I made about zombies with plumbing problems. I have no idea why, but I like the characters and will probably do more with them soon.