Monday, 6 November 2017

third year group film: mother & 2017 demo reel

sheridan college (baa animation): third year group film, 'mother'
group members: stephanie chiew, joan chung, matthew fazari, nick nason, seeyun lee, tintone hao, david du, danny lee, ana campos, jessica (bob) jing

Mother @ Sheridan College [Third Year Film] from Joan Chung on Vimeo.

sheridan college (baa animation): 2017 demo reel
Joan Chung : 2 0 1 7 Demo Reel [Animation & Story] from Joan Chung on Vimeo.

Saturday, 21 September 2013


Two fun gifs. I love rough animation so, so much.

Saturday, 14 September 2013

summer fun times

Let's face it, I draw a lot of fanart. A lot of them are of robots. I mostly post these at my casual tumblr but I thought it'd be good to compile my favourites from the summer. You know, for progress' sake.

I feel like I've used this summer for mecha art and nothing but. I don't regret it. (Okay, maybe a little.)

Some originals:

 And some fanart:

 It was a good, fun summer.

Saturday, 23 February 2013

Layout Dump

A couple things from layout (both first and second semester).

Layout Portfolio (first semester):


Scale Relationship:

And that's about it for now. I love layout class, we get to stretch our imaginations and try new things without the extra worry. Onward to the rest of semester two!


Was debating whether to post this or not. Although I don't like the paintings, I did enjoy the process. From thumbnails to tonals to colours to paintings!

Friday, 4 January 2013

Still Life Paintings

Still life paintings for Florian. Learned a lot about glass and facing-deadly-consequences-if-you-don't-paint-with-constant-lighting. Next time I'll close the curtains and put on a lamp instead of using the sun. (I should have thought of it earlier.) 

On the plus side, I found an old wine glass in the cupboards. What a pretty little thing! 

Sunday, 9 December 2012

Layout Pans

Considering this was done in the span of a (hurried) day, I'm not satisfied with the results. That being said, I had quite a bit of fun with the pan + designing the characters. On the left we have a frumpy, grumpy pipe-man who is overprotective of his pipe-filled train station. On the right we have a wide-eyed girl who steals pipes from the closed station to sell and gain prrrrrofit. Copper makes a pretty penny!

Looking back at the beginning of the semester, I remember being too afraid to lift a pencil in layout class. It's a silly fear that I still have - that whatever I create will be gaudy and filled with mistakes. But mistakes are great, mistakes are things that I can learn from. With every failure, I'll fail better and more spectacularly and I'll learn even more. All I have to do is keep drawing and scrutinizing, and drawing some more. Wahoo!