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Member Since: 29 November 2016
Last Logged In: 25 November 2018
Comments: 16
Northern Ireland. UK.

About me:

In the early 1960's I used do cell frame by frame animation as a hobby and earned pin money making short trails for the BBC (Black and white of course). Now, at 82 years old, I am back doing it the digital version. Learning Moho = A great way to ward off dementia!


  • Reindeer A True Tale

    1 January 2019 at 04:51:47 PM
    And thanks for the vote
  • Reindeer A True Tale

    1 January 2019 at 04:50:26 PM
    Thanks tuvo. More of a 'documentary' than my usual jolly cartoon animations.
  • Reindeer A True Tale

    1 January 2019 at 04:48:55 PM
    Hi Sheepydreams. Yes done as a tribute to my wife. Apparently our daughter cried when she got to the photo of wife and reindeer. I thought about animating that photo but decided a still frame was more effective.
  • Reindeer A True Tale

    1 January 2019 at 04:45:53 PM
    Hi Sketchy. Glad you like it. A story which had to be told. Not necessarily for this competition but for the rest of the family. Not the best drawings of reindeer but i tried to make them less cartoony than my usual animation. I have alerted the Cairngorm Reindeer people to the fact that i have published this animation.
  • A Day to Remember

    1 January 2019 at 12:26:12 PM
    Thanks Icarus88, Hardest parts were the Shutters opening and putting his hat on. In animation there are several instances like the shutters opening (A book opening is another). I think we should ask Jeremy to do a simple tutorial.
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