Friday, September 24, 2010

Golf swing secquenc

Golf Swing from Robert Banocy on Vimeo.

Here is the golf swing, I had my name in it, but I uploaded the wrong version to Vimeo. The swing is correct, it just doesn't have my name. Its too late to re post on vimeo so I'll just have to make do with this, sorry.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Pendulum Redo

here is the fixed version.
Hopefully I got all the mistakes

Pendulum redub from Robert Banocy on Vimeo.

Ball Under layer

the second picture is a continuation from the first, they overlapped so much that I did them on two separate images to make things clearer.

Thursday, September 16, 2010


Pendulum Assignment from Robert Banocy on Vimeo.

Incremental #1

I really enjoyed having a human model to work from. Besides having never had a model to work with the experience was very informative. Seeing the progression of time created by each drawing with a form as complex as the human body was very interesting.

Sunday, September 12, 2010


Incremental drawing of some martial arts done in slow mo. I really liked this set because of the dramatic action the figure presents. Its interesting to think that all of these movements are done in less than 10 seconds in real time.

Monday, September 6, 2010



THE FINAL MORPH from Robert Banocy on Vimeo.

I had a lot of fun with this piece, I basically started an effect and just let it continue till it ran its course. The best part was seeing my idea come to life on the lunch box for the first time. I had some issues exporting my video from the Imovie, but with the help of some friends, we figured it out. I'm addicted to animation.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

KCAI ANIM: Hunting and Gathering Project, Part One

This is my favorite place back home. My bathroom back home is the place where I spent a majority of my youth reading and holds a special memory in my heart. This bathroom is where I learned to first shave, and is the first place I go every morning to see what dynamic shape my hair formed into while I slept. The first step every day of my life pretty much.
This is my view from my seat at Winstead's. This small diner at the entrance to the plaza was the first place I visited in Kansas City, even before KCAI. Brass poles and a constantly running juke box make this place a warm and comfortable retreat from the daily grind. My personal favorite is the massive "Skyscraper Shake" that is served in a glass vase, topped with home made whip cream. Decent food at decent prices and in close proximity to the school. Winstead's is the restaurant that I prefer in the immediate area and I suggest a visit to the dinner if your ever in the area, no matter the time.