Category Archive: experiments

Watercolour is fun!

After I did animation in watercolour, I was very eager to do more of it! I don’t have much time to experiment, but I can make few sketches and make sure what would… Continue reading

Side project and experimentation

Around September I agreed to work on one project to make some animations and even though I had a very busy time with research paper and other experimentation, I managed to pull it… Continue reading

Animated watercolour

After a group crit and finalizing everything for the Unit 1 assessment I decided to try what I have always wanted – animate watercolour drawing. I knew it was going to take a… Continue reading

The Black sketches

During the summer I was sketching and experimenting when I came up this series of The Black sketches. It started as a daily drawing project, which I am willing to continue and use… Continue reading


  I scrapped the idea of using real surrounds. I needed something surreal, something where I can use symbolism and create my own visual story.       So I picked up painting.… Continue reading

Scenography on paper

After I had a tutorial with Jonathan I started developing ideas for backgrounds. I have no idea why I wanted to keep it realistic, although, visually it wasn’t just it. The idea of… Continue reading

Changing shoes

How long does it take to change the shoes? Weeks.   And it is not done yet.     Recently, I was working on this changing shoes moment. It is still very rough… Continue reading

Background tests

  A while ago I did some sketchy backgrounds and was drawings without a reference – like all my characters. I wanted to keep it the same way. Unpolished, rough and more like… Continue reading

Character sketching

I did some sketching how some of my animation characters should look like and I tried using coloured pastel pencils to have this sketchy easiness.  I think that the animation only done using… Continue reading


With my fancy pastel pencils I started to sketch and do some brainstorming for my backgrounds. Yes, it is still a headache to me, but, oh well, I can’t just do it anyhow… Continue reading