Ddaru’r rhaglen ‘cylchgrawn’ sy’n cael i’w ddarlledu at S4C; Y Lle ddod draw i Double Negative i siarad gyda fi am yr holl bethau dani wedi bod yn gweithio ar, yn cynnwys fy ngwaith i DNegTV, be yn union dwi’n ‘i neud fel animeiddiwr bob dydd, ag am ychydig o daith o amgylch yr adeilad hynod wych sy gynom ni yn Double Negative.
Dyma’r tro cyntaf imi neud ffasiwn beth – ond roedd hi’n rili cŵl. Ddaru ‘Y Lle’ neud joban go wych yn editio o gwmpas fi’n ffafflo – a dwi’n meddwl ddoth o allan fel darn bach difyr iawn! Diolch Y Lle!
For those who wants to see me give a tour of Double Negative, and speak Welsh – the show ‘Y Lle’ has gone ahead and uploaded my interview/tour to Youtube! I talk about what we do at Double Negative, and what I personally do at DNegTV, especially on the show I helped to animate; ‘Fungus the Bogeyman’, and ‘Braindead’.
Over New Years, we headed to Wales, as stretch our legs and walk up in the snowy mountains. Here’s a few photos that I took from the tops of Y Glyderau, the first from Castell y Gwynt, looking towards Glyder Fawr, the second from our ascent – looking over towards the epic Snowdon Horseshoe, and the last as we were heading down Bwlch Dwyglydion, with Llyn Cwmffynon at the bottom. Fantastic day out in the snowy Welsh mountains.
One of my favourite, recent animated films has to be ‘Hotel Transylvania’, and in a fantastic move by Sony Pictures Animation, they’ve gone and released an actual rig from the upcoming sequel to Hotel Transylvania, for free, for Maya!
During my coffee break this morning, I went ahead and opened up the rig, and just had to pose him. He’s incredibly easy to play with, and such a great character to knock out some poses with. I’ll see if I’ll get a spare few hours to actually animate the great character.
A couple of weekends ago, I headed back to Wales for the weekend – for a short break, hiking and beach fun with Regi. I borrowed a friends 60mm and 10-20mm – both fantastic lenses. Never thought I’d have so much fun with the 60mm macro lens as I’m really comfortable using a wide angle lens for my mountain photography, but I loved playing around with it.
The first picture is from Ynys Llanddwyn, and the second is the sun set down at Dinas Dinlle.
Just a quick post to say that I’ve created a new page for my ‘Sketchbook‘. Over the Winter months, a few of us from work headed every Thursday to the Trinity Arts life drawing classes, which I really loved, I haven’t actually sat down in a life drawing class since my collage days, so it was a fantastic break to the week attending these classes.
As the Summer months are upon us, classes have stopped, and in order to keep up with my drawing, I’ve come across two great life-drawing websites (Quickposes & Figure a Gesture Drawing) which I set to anywhere from 30 seconds to 2mins, and draw away. I’m very new to drawing on a Wacom, but it’s great! I’ll be updating my Sketchbook page hopefully every week with a new page or so.
I’ll also upload a selection of pages from my actual sketchbook that I took with me to the life drawing classes.
A couple of weekends back, myself and a couple of friends decided to head over to the West Coast of Ireland for a short break away from work and Dublin. I decided to experiment a bit more with my 50mm lens as oppose to my usual panorama pics, and I must say – I’m really enjoying playing around with it.
It pushes me to think differently about the shots, and focus on ‘hidden’ elements, such as the grass in the midd-ground, it sure is different to my usual pics.