Wednesday, 29 June 2011

The Portraits Sessions

As the first year draws to a close I've been keeping myself busy with a few portrait projects. Varying the styles between them some are very impressionistic and some are pretty realistic for my capabilities . I was also trying to get used to painting with watercolours again. Which was fun. I hope to do a few more if people like them.

This final one was a Self portrait I did in the style of Jamie Hewlett who is most known for his work for the band Gorillaz. I really liked doing this. Although it doesn't really look much like me.

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Character Design for King's Speech Animation

To keep myself Busy While the year begins to draw to a close I though I would give myself a small flash project. So I took the latest bit of 11 second club audio and have started to try and see what I can do with it in flash. I think they are looking good. I think they just need a little work to help them emote full when I whack them into flash.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Say Yes, Say No. Title Sequence

Well it's here in all it's glory and I'm pretty proud of what my group has managed to achieve. It has its highlight and also some bits that could have done with a little more tweaking but overall I am happy with the finished result and hope everyone enjoys it.

Say Yes Say No. Title Sequence from Ted Whitehead on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Parrots and Popstars

Here are a few pieces of art I am pretty pleased with. The First was based up the cover of the friendly fires new album "Pala" I wanted to draw a Parrot with a bit of personality.

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Say Yes, Say No. Teaser - The Clouds.

Just a quick peek of the model I've been working on for my group. It's coming along perfectly and can't wait to see how it all falls into place.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Blood, Sweat and Tears

So I've been doing some more pre-production work rolling up to the point where I can take this baby into the studio and film it. I think it's coming along nicely and looks better than the small cardboard model that I started with. The scale helps. Plus the fact I managed to cut my finger open whilst cutting the card on one layer makes the project even more meaningful. seeing as I've poured my blood sweat and tears into this baby.