Hey all you animation students! Does this look familiar? This is a great example of “the bouncing ball” theory in animation, usually the first thing a student animates.  This is a portion of my storyboard from a short I did called "Yaki and Yumi".

I just found and animation pencil test for a walk cycle I did for the character Yumi.  She was in the first short I did for Frederator/Nickelodeon, "Yaki and Yumi"

Wow, found this old drawing online..I believe I drew it in a sketchbook for Fred Seibert.  It was during the time I was developing my first short for Frederator/Nickelodeon, “Yaki and Yumi”.  My second short, incidentally, for anyone interested is here. 
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Wow, found this old drawing online..I believe I drew it in a sketchbook for Fred Seibert.  It was during the time I was developing my first short for Frederator/Nickelodeon, “Yaki and Yumi”.  My second short, incidentally, for anyone interested is here. 

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While waiting for Theofilopoulos’s “Yaki and Yumi” to be picked up by a studio some day,  Yaki’s had to resort to looking for other ways to make a buck. 

While waiting for Theofilopoulos’s “Yaki and Yumi” to be picked up by a studio some day,  Yaki’s had to resort to looking for other ways to make a buck. 

Yaki & Yumi (by alikitg)

This is the first short I created for Nickelodeon/Frederator Cartoons.  It was made in 2006.

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