Brenton M

2D Animator/Illustrator

Summary

Brenton is a lifelong, largely self-taught illustrator and animator whose skill set primarily focus on drawn animation and illustrative graphic art. Having graduated from the University of Arts London with a Bachelor's Degree in Animation, Brenton possesses a strong understanding of visual storytelling and has experience in each step of the animation production process.

Portfolio

None

https://vimeo.com/130585046

I conceptualised, directed and animated a 2D animated short with the help of fellow students. The film was an independent, non-funded production. TVPaint was the main animation software used. *Character animation, compositing and and video editing were all handled by me. *Backgrounds and 3D handled by others

skills used: Flash, Photoshop, Director, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Character Design, Project Management, Video Production

The Royal Society

https://youtu.be/wcvk_3fNGa4

One of two 15 second video indents for the Royal Society's Winton Science Book award ceremony. This animation was a fully independent production conceptualised, animated and edited by myself.

skills used: Illustration, Character Design, Adobe Premiere, Flash, Director

The Royal Society

https://youtu.be/BzbRS0Jcc4M

One of two 15 second video indents for the Royal Society's Winton Science Book award ceremony. I conceptualised the idea with concept images and handled the 2D character and water FX animation. *3D/CG work and compositing not done by me*

skills used: Photoshop, Flash, Illustration, Director, Character Design

Splendid Communications

https://youtu.be/afMb2gC7QzI

As part of a team, helped create promotional short animation for Marmite Facebook page. *Only certain shots were animated by me. I was however responsible for editing together and rendering full video.

skills used: Adobe Premiere, Flash

Work Flexibility

Location flexibility

Within London.
Within Essex.
Within United Kingdom.
Would temporarily relocate.
Can telecommute.

Length of contract

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Weeks.
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Years.