Sunday, March 11, 2007

CG Reel

Well, it's been awhile but here's the animation I did on Flushed Away! The video quality may not be the best but you get the idea! Enjoy!

All animation property of Dreamworks Animation.

13 comments:

joto said...

Really glad you came to my blog our I would have missed out on this super cool post. You did some really nice work. Personally I like the james bond the best but then again I'm a big connery fan. Looks like you are doing just fine with photoshop. Its fun playing with textures in the program if you ever get a chance to play with them too. Like your sketches as well.

Christophe said...

Wow! Amazing work ! Thanks for showing it. Did you animate all the characters in these sequences ?

Jarrett said...

fantastic work, Chris! I haven't seen Flushed Away yet but I look forward to it. Were all of these scenes used in the final film?

Alina Chau said...

These ROCK!!

Antonio Santamaria said...

Chris, thanks for your visit in my blog... Your work as animator is really amazing. You have a lot of talent... these scenes are funny, cool... well, incredible. Cheers!

flaviano said...

wow your work it's so funny and dynamic. it's rare to find an artist who make good hand drawing and CG animation. bravo Chris

Goobeetsablog said...

great!
the elevator buttons were my favorite.

Goobeetsablog said...

sorry-

it's a microwave isn't it?
wonderful movement- lots of fun.

Bobby Pontillas said...

Inspiring Stuff thanks for sharing Chris!

RoB said...

AMAZING!~
This is so wonderful to see as a student learning animation, just inpsiring!!!

~!WoOTWoOT!~

Oscar said...

I was thinking about buying the dvd for my little daughters. Now I have one big reason for doing it. Though they won't understand why their father is jumping next to the TV screaming: "Chris did this! Chris did this!"

PaulSketch said...

Whoaaa that was awesome!! I actually haven't seen this movie, I didn't know you worked on it. I'll have to check it out!

Randeep Katari said...

Chris! These are awesome! You did some of my favourite little shots (ie. the breaking the ice and shooting the tongue) GREAT WORK! Updated my blog recently too!

-R.