Keyframes and Storyboarding

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Here are a few ideas and possible scenes that may be animated where Og is attacking the items that are commonly associated with a persons identity.

Eating car keys

Hide yo keys #og #keyframes #animation #art #sketches

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Moving a wallet

Hide yo wallet #og #animation #sketch #art #keyframes

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Knocking over a kids building blocks…okay okay, this was more for expression and character development, and a bit of fun.

Boom #og #keyframe #animation #sketch #art #woops

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chewing on a power cable or cord, inspired by our dog Echo who was craving metal one day.

Crunch #og #animation #sketch #art #keyframe #mac

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and breaking a mirror, even though he was happy and smiling he broke it by looking at it, this is also a common symbol of bad luck.


The Investigation of Culture

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The process of developing Og, and finding how he fits into the concept of culture and the appropriation of culture has led to questions of “why”; why does cultural appropriation happen, why –in my experience– is the act of cultural appropriation completed by white americans. Is it the lacking of a visible white culture, or the lack of a strong rooted tradition in the US. Is that why so much of eastern cultures (Polynesian) have been turned into novelty and commercialized items.

These are just questions I have begun asking.

Developing Og

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More #sketches of Og #characterdesign #character #art #sketch

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Og demands to be #drawn #chalkboard #art #characterdesign

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Og, Servant of Pele

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Meet Og, bringer of destruction and bad luck, servant of the goddess Pele, she who curses any man who dares to steal from her home.