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Wednesday, 3 November 2021

Belugatoons 13th Anniversary

For those of you who missed it yesterday, here is the full video of the special anniversary live stream hosted by me and ZarcMoo. Thanks to everyone who tuned in and for saying such nice things about our drawings!

Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Ask Panda Jenn

Ask Panda Jenn is an ask blog by Jennifer Carnivele and recently I was a guest artist! This is my second contribution to this series (click here to see the first one). I had a wonderful time working on this and I'd very mcuh like to thank Jenn for the opportunity!

Friday, 2 July 2021

Belugatoons Podcast featured on Welp Magazine website!

Big thanks to Welp Magazine for including my podcast in their 20 Best Voiceovers Podcasts of 2021! This was a lovely surprise to start the day on!
Welp Magazine provides helpful resources for businesses, covering everything from software and accounting tips to office furniture recommendations.
Read the full article here. There are plenty of other wonderful podcasts to check out!

Saturday, 1 May 2021

Chucky Chicken needs you!


As I mentioned previously, I am helping Michael Cook with his fabulous web series, Chucky Chicken. We are very excited to announce that we now have a Kickstarter so please help us by backing this campaign or by sharing this post!

Sunday, 4 April 2021

Easter art raffle winner (2021)


This year it's @Tammy_Tigress's turn to don the bunny suit! Congratulations Tammy and thanks for entering the Belugatoons Easter art raffle!

Friday, 30 October 2020

I'm part of an animation team!

Chucky Chicken is an animated web series created by Michael Cook. I now have the privilege of telling you all that I am an animator for this awesome show! We want to get as much attention as we can so please take a moment to watch this video:

Thanks for reading! Please consider supporting us!

Monday, 31 August 2020

My Blender Journey #1: Mmmm! Donuts!

Years ago, I found out about Blender and thought I'd give it a try. Basically, I really wanted to be an animator and this was a free software so it seemed ideal. I downloaded it, took one look at the program and decided I didn't want to be an animator anymore.
Since then I have heard from hundreds of artists who praise Blender and talk about how user friendly it is and after investing in a new laptop with plenty of RAM and a decent graphics card, I decided to have a look at the Blender Guru tutorials on YouTube.

In level 1 of Blender Guru's class, he teaches you how to make a realistic looking CGI donut. It's a fun challenge because it's all about making the donut look as delicious as possible!

And here's me talking about what I've learned from that course:

Below are some of my own renders. Remember I'm still a beginner and I'm not exactly a well trained artist, it's really just my hobby. I hope Blender will help me get a better understanding of virtual realism and I'm hoping I'll learn a lot more over the next year. My goal is to eventually create a 3D model of one of my OCs!

Big shoutout to Andrew Price for his amazing tutorials. I have already learned so much about Blender thanks to him!