Was going through some prints of mine for example material on an animation I'm working on when I came across these pictures I created using Chinese watercolor techniques. Thought I'd share them as examples of the importance of working with traditional media.
Sometimes you just have to unplug from the computer and feel the brush in your hand or listen to the bristles as they slide across the paper.
By day, I'm a mild-mannered forensic animator, but during evenings and weekends, I work on my own animated films and various artistic endeavors for clients. I'm a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology's M.F.A. Computer Animation program and a current member of ASIFA, the Toronto Animated Image Society, and Women in Animation.
Building upon the 2008-2009 project for the NY MET and Bard Graduate Center, I am currently animating gold-and-silk needlework stitches and managing lesson webpages for an online course presented by Dr. Wilson-Nguyen for her Thistle-Threads Historical needlework website.