To ScottWiser.com! Why? First of all, the site is much more personal in it's design. I've also wanted a blog I could update regularly without the demo reel losing it's top spot. This blog will include articles on animation, creativity, productivity, etc. Links are more consolidated. And finally, the site contains a launch pad for my new upcoming picture book: Invizy & The Misfit Supers. Please Visit and follow!
For those who following this blog, feel free to sign up for the newsletter, which will simply notify you of updates to the website - pretty much the same thing as following this blog, except there will be some goodies along the way for followers only. Also, I'm thinking about having this website automatically redirect to scottwiser.com - do you have any opinions on that? It will either be a re-director or a placeholder for old, vintage (hopefully inferior) work.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Check out ScottWiser.com for the newest version:
“Scott's positive attitude, creativity, and speed impressed me when I worked alongside him, as his Lead, on Alvin 3. He was open to criticism, and eager to learn as much as he could. He, like other apprentices, joined Alvin 3 late in the project. Scott was able to learn the software, learning the rigs, create appealing animation, and finish his work on schedule.”
Burke Roane - Lead Character Animator, Rhythm & Hues
Monday, November 21, 2011
Also, I'm currently running an animation marathon to produce a variety of shots:
While I work as a character animator, I'm passionate about all areas of story and film. If you wish to see past developments in other areas of animation and visual storytelling, feel free to scroll down.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Three Entries for the Paper Wings Podcast :
“Don’t play what’s there. Play what’s not there.” – Miles Davis
“I dream of painting and then I paint my dream.” -Vincent Van Gogh
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
In our collaboration group, we decided to work together as a brain trust : encouraging eachother in development of individual projects. Here is mine: Special Thanks to Nate Stout, Todd Muno, Andy Griffin, Brandon Wainwright, and Rebecca Wiser.
This animated film, the capstone for my degree in Art, English, and Communication,
won the National Broadcast Society Grand Prize for animation.
Though the character animation is low quality, This film lit the fire I needed to carry on.