Monday, 8 February 2016

Song of the Sea Animation


Song of the Sea animation reel from 2013.
Enjoy! :)




Tuesday, 8 December 2015

11 Second Club Entry

I submitted an 11 Second Club entry for the first time about 5 years ago.
It was a bit rushed..  and i came 51st out of 233 entries.
I was quite please with myself.
The audio this time was from Star Wars - The Empire Strikes Back.
Nothing came to mind straight away but after a few more listens I saw something along the lines of the sketches below and jumped in. It was quite ambitious (as usual), a tiger may not have been the best choice but the combination of the stripes and shadows were quite effective. The voters liked it enough at least.. I came 1st :O


Here is the entry I submitted.
I also put a video together to show a bit of my process making this shot.
I know some of you would be interested to see it.

Monday, 2 November 2015

Monday, 21 September 2015

Reptile Zoo

Some biro sketches from The National Reptile Zoo - Kilkenny



Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Something a little different

No doodles this time. Here's some animation I did way back in 2011. I've been waiting to see this show since I finished on the project and I finally found it on Youtube! The quality isn't perfect but you get the idea.
It was a really fun project to work on and Luxanimation we're one of the best to work for. This season of Babar actually came in on schedule.

Babar Animation (2011) from Geoff King on Vimeo.

Saturday, 5 July 2014

Lefty Doodles

 A week after Joe Weatherly's workshop I had a go at drawing some animals i'd seen on the course from memory but to make things interesting I used my weak hand.









Monday, 30 June 2014

Joe Weatherly Animal Drawing Workshop - London


It's been over a year since my last post and I have neglected posting for too long. It's also been a while since I went out to draw so this workshop with Joe Weatherly was just what I needed to get me back on track.
For me, the 4 day workshop focused on observation, construction and the subtleties of animal anatomy. Even though the sketches were for exploration and for working things out I thought it would be nice to post a bunch.


We started at the National History Museum...



Then off to London Zoo for two days...