I’ve got a candy crush! My brother introduced me to this game, and I got pretty addicted and decided to ‘manufacture’ more candies. And since I’m always wishing I had more of those power candies to win the game, why not make an unlimited supply?
Of course, being such a terrible noob when it comes to 3D, I had to model these in Maya and do the lighting, texturing and rendering in C4D. I then composited the renders (I created 7 passes, more than necessary really) in After Effects. Why After Effects and not Photoshop? Don’t ask me that question because I have no idea.
Maybe I’m planning on doing a simple animation soon but don’t wait, because my ‘soon’ usually takes forever.
On a side note: I’ve had a number of people copying my designs very closely. Please try to do your own exploration and refrain from 60% of copying mainly because I am a terrible designer. If you do decide to take large references from my works, kindly acknowledge and give credit to your’s truly so that if the work is terrible, people will not blame you. Just kidding.
At 16, Motion Designer Audrey Yeo almost failed her Art O levels, but she aced in Science. “The obvious choice was to take the easy way out. Then again, I have never been one to settle for what’s easy, and so with a bad Art grade, big faith and a burning passion, I went onward marching to fight for what I truly loved doing – illustrating. Even after obtaining my design diploma, I don’t consider myself an artistic person -my reader is filled with scientific newsletters. However, my fun and playful works are always defying the other half of me, no matter what I read.”
Audrey enjoys creating cheerful work, which fits her naturally blissful and why-are-you-always-smiling demeanor. ”Freely you have received, freely give, is a statement I strongly believe in as an illustrator. As a response to that, I have contributed many artworks to art events all over the world. I also co-hosted an event, together with a local friend.”
Audrey has an online shop, and half of the proceeds go to charity. Downright inspirational!
I got a feature at Culturepush! Head over if you will! I know I’m a few days late with this news, but I’ve been busy illustrating and animating and haven’t got the time to keep up with the happenings. Heh. Surely more to come!
Note: The beautiful banner above was done by Sze Sze Ong! Looks awesome doesn’t it?
Thanks also to KSM! And of course to Michele from Culturepush!