This one was a little rushed because Myke really wanted to clean the garage today. I did however convince him to model for a quick animation test before engaging in his chores. I’m working on my pixilation skills. I did a little practice with directing facial expressions and animation.

In my new short Amoeba, a man (Myke) settles in for a mid-morning nap. While he is sleeping a red brain amoeba slurps out of his nose and crawls away. Where does the brain amoeba go? What sort of dastardly deeds is it up to? I’ll leave that to your imagination.

Please enjoy…Amoeba!

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2 Responses to Amoeba

  1. very fun…lol…great job on this one!

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