This is some of my animations. Just like life, learning never stops. Keep animating, keep training, keep trying. I'm far away from perfect, any comments and/or critiques would be very welcomed.

3D Modeling

When I was moving on from 2D Artist onto 3D, modeling was my first stepping stone. Go check it out.

2D Artwork

Before the Hilma-as-animator time has come, I was more as a 2D artist. I love sketching, digital painting, and making comics. Although I don't do all of that much lately, I still sketch and paint in my spare time.


It's a good training and application of cinematography. Plus I make alot of friends by it. I didn't have wide knowlededge of any photography techniques. I just use basic theory + my cinematography senses and skill. So I'm quite happy when alot of people love my works.

Animation Showreel

My newest reel. Click on picture for Youtube link, or click here for Vimeo version.

Nov 16, 2011

Monster Beats™ by Dr. Dre™ Tour

Just got my hand on this

Here's some piccies I took with my camera.


I want this earphone after I saw Lara Croft used it on her new trailer


 And my friend told me that Denzel Washington and Mila Kunis wears it too on The Book of Eli. So I do quick search and he's right.

 I guess I'm a victim of brainwash advertisement. But still this earphone not just looks cool but got great sound, especially on bass area.
So it's me, looking as cool as Lara Croft and Mila Kunis, and enjoying amazing music, anytime, anywhere.

Nov 10, 2011

Bored + Cintiq = New Art


I was bored that day at office and start to doodle on my Cintiq [office's Cintiq to be more precise], in the end the concept got pretty interesting so after work hour I moved it into my flashdrive and continued it home with my lovable Intuos. It was getting exciting and took me until 2 o' clock in the morning till I finish this.

The close up shot, if it's still to small, just click it for bigger view.

And this is the step by step progress. I've used black and white value technique before which is not quite satisfying for me, but this one does better. I start to have grip for this way of creating depth, and it's faster too. With this I can color the picture as a whole composition, not part by part.


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