Character designs for our Adult Swim short,”CHESS MATING” by Ivan Dixon.
I collaborated with Courtney Hopkinson on these character designs for CHESS MATING.
I drew them originally then passed them to Courtney and he modelled, textured and lit them then returned to me and I drew line work details on top.
A preview of CHESS MATING. A short about the secret sex lives of chess pieces for Adult Swim. Featuring the voice of Peep Show’s Isy Suttie.
A gif from my 2D/3D fusion CHESS MATING for Adult Swim. Full video next week.
A sneak peak of one of our Adult Swim shorts featuring special guest animators Charles Huettner and Andrew Onorato.
Another gif from TRIANGLD a short I directed for Adult Swim. This shot is by the talented Charles Huettner.
A sneak preview of a bumper we did for Adult Swim that features pixelised versions of some of their most popular characters. Check out Steve Brule, Tim and Eric here.
I did bopping pixel versions of a bunch of Adult Swim characters. Full video is airing on TV now and I’ll post a link next week.
Baby don’t stop the teasin’.
A tiny tease of one of my shorts for a Adult Swim.
A super fun re-envisioning of my Muscles McQuack pixel art by @Korigame .
Featured Curator of the Week: Philip Intile [@pi-slices]
Ivan Dixon, known as pug-of-war, is a 25 year old Melbourne based animator, pixel artist, illustrator and game maker. He started creating pixel art at the age of 12 because he wanted to make games and to do that he needed art. Ivan co-runs an animation studio where he spends most of his day drawing or planning new projects. To let off steam, he creates short, looping pixel art GIFs. He likes work that involves characters, narrative and humour and is inspired by other artists, musicians, television, film and real life situations. To make his art, Ivan uses a program specifically designed for pixel art called GraphicsGale.
Philip (@pi-slices) has written this kind post about my pixel art for Cross-Connect.
Continuing the theme of Adventure Time princesses, here’s LSP!
Sea Turtle Princess. This obscure AT character was requested by Josh Kidner.