Saturday, September 25, 2010

Some of the best one-liners

Found some great funny one-liners:

1. Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.

2. Sex is not the answer. Sex is the question. "Yes" is the answer.

3. Men have two emotions: Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich.

4. Having sex is like playing bridge. If you don't have a good partner, you'd better have a good hand.

5. Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; Wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.

6. Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car.

7. There's two types of people in this world, one who can count, and one who can't.

8. The early bird might get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

11sec Sep 2010 progress

Joining this month 11sec, actually more of just practicing my polishing. I did the first 6 sec first, just in case i cant finish, at least i get to practice, still blocking the second half, gonna be quite accupied after starting RnH training.

I try to polish it as much as i can, the best of my ability, see how much i can do, cause i notice i slack off during polish stage in the past :p

Monday, August 23, 2010

Atkins diet - Day 5

Mood: i still feel sleepy, maybe sleepier, last night i just pretty much past out on bed. Today was the first time i had black coffee since the diet, yes it worked for the first few hours, after that i just felt sooo sleepy and tired. Driving back i was sleeepy as well, was listening to some Tony Robbins audio tapes while im driving to keep me motivated in this diet or anything in life.

Today's food:

Breakfast: 3 eggs, 1 sausage, 2 pieces of spam

Brunch: 2 1/4 chicken with tomatoes and cucumbers

Lunch: 2 1/4 chicken with tomatoes and cucumbers

Snack: 1 chicken whole leg

Dinner: 1 chicken pattie with mozarella, 2 eggs, 1/2 cucumbers

Atkins diet - Day 4

(this is for yesterday)

I feel sleepy and dizzy for some reason, i was ok yesterday, but dont know why so sleepy.

Today's food:

Breakfast: 3 eggs with mozarella, 1/2 cup cucumbers

Lunch: 4 pieces of chic thighs and drumstick, 1/2 tomato, 1 cup cabbage

Snack: 1 slice pork sandwich meat

Dinner: 3 piece of chic thighs and drumstick, 1/2 tomato, 1/2 cucumber

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Portal 2 (coop!!) + Eight Bit Strange

Portal 2 has co op! awesome! wonder how it would turn out.

This is a new game i think, i have no idea what kind of game it is, it's a nice little short, its a good example for animation students that are required to make a small clip with ating and principles for their assignments.

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Atkins diet - Day 3

Mood: I feel better today, i still feel abit dozzy and blur, but if i think about it, im always blur and dozzy, from staring at the screen too much and i dont usually take alot of sugar, so my sugar could be quite low. I love the amount of meats i can eat though, but sometimes its just too fatty, i dont even mind eating vegetables raw, with the amount of fatness i have to eat, and i can only eat a limit of vegs.

Today's food:

Breakfast: 3 eggs, 1/2 mushrooms with mozarella cheese

Lunch + Dinner : 5 medium size buffalo patties with mozarella cheese, 1/2 cup mushroom, 1/2 cup cucumbers, 1 cup cabbage

Supper: 4 eggs with mozarella, 2 pork sandwich ham, 1/2 a tomato

Atkins diet - Day 2 + Missing Emma :(

Diet Mood: I still feel tired, whats weird is, when i woke up i feel fine, then later the day after my breakfast i feel sleepy and dizzy, as the day go by, i feel more sleepy and dizzy. By the time i got home i was hungry for dinner, and after the food i became dizzy again lol. What's weird is the workout make me feel stronger, temporarily.

Today's Food:

Breakfast: 2 piece chicken drumstick, 2 eggs, cucumbers

Lunch: (continue from breakfast) 4 piece chicken drumstick, 2 eggs, cucumber

Snack: 1 piece friend chicken drumstick

Dinner: 2 eggs, 3 beef patties with mozarella cheese + mushrooms + cabbage


Emma is such a good girl, she so responsible, and she has such a good heart. She has the cutest voice and the cutest expressions i've ever seen. Yes, she likes to mess with me and with other people, but she's just spreading the love in bully form. I heart you.

You happy now Emma?

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Atkins diet - Day 1

Im starting my "all protein and fat" diet, i already feel dizzy lol, maybe im just anxious, like i cant sit still. I decided to write like a Atkins diet journal of sort, like about what i ate and how i feel, also i have to take a picture of me self today to see progress when im done with this 2 weeks of ketosis.

Im doing this diet to get myself toned up, to burn the fat thats on my belly and my thighs, while maintaining my muscle. I needed a change in my diet to help me achieve my fitness look, been delaying this for so long, so i have to do this

Today's food:

Breakfast: one scoop protein shake(could be bad idea to do that),
3 eggs, 1 piece of spam

Lunch: 3 piece chicken thigh

Snack: 2 piece chicken thigh

Dinner: 3 piece chicken thigh

Snack: 2 piece chicken wings with cheese, and little cucumbers

mood: i was walking around the grocery super dozzy like a zombie, and i was feeling pretty stressed out there, just wanted to get out of there ASAP. Whats weird is i feel the urge to workout, i couldnt sit still, i was rubbing my hands together, when i sit down i was leaning on stuff, constantly tapping my feet like an impatient person

I was suppose to post this last night, but came back late from grocery shopping and was cooking todays meal, after that im just so exhausted,

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Acceptance of Rhythm and Hues + Starcraft 2 epicness

Im in PapaRich right now, waiting for my girlfriend's last art class before she goes to India for Rhythm and Hues BG prep apprenticeship program(yup my gf is going to RnH too.)

So i've finally gotten my offer letter for Rhythm and Hues's Animation Apprenticeship program for , after much delay. im gonna start in middle September, it's a 3 months program and if i do well i'll be in their RnH team, im sooooooo excited! be working and learning from the best who worked on so many awesome movies. I be working at TOA till end of august and also currently doing some freelance.

At the mean time here is the new awesome Starcraft 2 trailer by the bigboys of hardcore games, Blizzard!

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Will Smith's spectacular acting

I was doing some research about great acting, and how if you just watch the key poses of without the audio you can still get the story, just like in animation. I bumped into Will Smith's old sitcom tv show, Fresh Price of Bel-air. Even as young as that Will is still so talented.

Here is the video(watch it with the sound off first, see if you get whats going on).

Will Smith did a great job in demonstrating change of emotion(happy, depression, anger, and deep depression), and the other actors in the scene as well.

At the beggining when Will's uncle is talking to Lou, his uncle has his hands on his hips, this is a defensive gesture, a gesture that says "challenge me if you dare" or "i look down on you," kind of gesture, and you can see Lou's gesture is abit hunch over, like a rat, showing unconfident and fear.

Will walks in all happy like cant wait to do something with Lou, Lous stops his tracks(reaction to another action) and turns around slowly, you can tell by his nervousness when he turns back and forth, shows unconfident and the "wht to do" kind of emotion.

You can tell Lou is giving bad news by how he's always look down and his hunch over gesture, after he told Will, you can see Will's face turns from happiness to sadness and anger, and Will says he's ok with it, when he doesnt mean it. When someone lie, they will try to contain their body from showing their real emotion, but that is easier than done. There's this thing called "Leaking" in acting terms, is when emotion would leak out(such as when your are nervous and ur hands start shaking), kind of like Micro Expressions in Lying. In this case, Will is touching his clothes alot(sign of nervousness), Will is turning his torso left and right(shows that he wants to punch him), he also rubs his nose(which is sign of lying), he looks down alot(when you think of an emotion you look down), his mouth shows Micro Expressions of anger. That's for the first half.

Second half(still watching without sound), Will gesture shows Sarcasm, cause of the big gestures and hard they are, making it look like he's happy, but he's actually furiously angry, when he closes his mouth, it shows anger:(. And then he explodes, his anger is gone, now he starts to feel sorrow. And then he starts to tear up and cry, when someone feels depress or sad, they would hunch over making them as small as possible.

That's all folks.

I almost teared up watchinng this

Azureus Rising by Black Sun Entertainment

I just saw this super kick ass short film by Black Sun Entertainment.

Love the animation style, gotta study it.

Monday, May 17, 2010

My laptop is here! ASUS

I’ve finally received my laptop after waiting for almost a month, i actually got this few days ago. Cost me about RM3k, it’s pretty cheap considering its pretty much same price as Acer but alot more stable and solid. I gotta tell you this model is ridiculously hard to find, it’s always out of stock. If i were to get Toshiba or Sony i would have to spend about 1k+ more with the same specs.

This is a so called NEW model, its similar to the A52jr exc

ept that the graphic card is lower, that’s it, and the price is slightly lower, just very slight. So im actually typing this blog using Windows Live Writer on me laptop, and it also has bluetooth so i took a pic using my phone and bluetooth it over, what a way to test it out.


Messy background, at my work place.

Friday, May 7, 2010

11 Second Club April 2010 entry

I've been missing in action haven't I. I was working on the April 11 Second Club. I ranked 20 out of 177, it's not great, but definitely better than my last entry last year. I wanna get top 10 next time :)

Im Not Protecting - Polished from andrew tan on Vimeo.

Friday, April 23, 2010

Action!: Acting Lessons for CG Animators review

I just got this book recently, and i like it alot. This book is not like any typical animation book, i would say its an Acting book. Its more like 70% acting, and 30% Animation principles and how acting is applied to animation. This book also open your eyes to how acting REALLY is, cause the way we see it through movies and such, they made it look fun and easy, but it's actually requires ALOOT of preparation for the actors, just like how animators would have to plan their shots before actually animating in software. If you want to further extend your acting skills AND acting in your animation, this is the book for you.

It contains materials from history of acting, how it was developed through out the movies, stage, opera's etc. It teaches you some techniques on how to develop your acting, whether its exercises to do with a partner, or exercises to do by yourself. One of the few exercises i thought was really interesting, was to have a friend hide a key or sort somewhere in your house, and you have to find it, at the same time, observe how you act, what do you think? what do you say? what does your body do? After you have find your key, react it again, except you're not actually finding the key.

There's a section about the 12 Animation Principles as well, that part is not necessary unless you still don't understand your principles, if you got all that down pretty good, you can just skip it.

There is also a CD included in this book, inside there are some real life examples, and animated examples. The animated examples are not the best, but it's mainly to show how the acting is applied to animation. The real life examples are great though, they have the actors doing different type of walks, whether is a happy, light-feeted type or a stompy angry kind of characters, it even have actors just standing there in neutral mode, breathing and blinking. There are emotion shots as well, like sad, a guy crying in front view, and side, to a girl feeling pleasure, yum. It also includes some recorded dialogues for you to animate to, there have a few lines, using the same script but with different emotions, to work on how to animate your character depending on the voice emotion. Not only that, they recorded the voice actors in video while they are recording the dialogues, so you can use the actors as ref when animating, just like how they do for those animated movies!

Overall i say this book is Great for people who has intermediate level in animation and starting to advance into doing Acting in animation, it's not recommended for beginners that just started animation and still learning the 12 principles.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

6 months of having my piano + New videos of me piano

Yup, its been 6 months since i have my piano, so to celebrate my 6 months of practicing on an actual piano, thought i post some new songs i've learned since the last time i posted vids of me piano.

1. L'Absente by Yann Tiersan

2. "Up" theme song by Michael Giacchino (i think)

3. River Flows in You by Yiruma

4. Beauty and the Beast by Disney people?

What else is in store for my life?

Currently waiting for call back from R&H after taking the in-studio test, and at the mean time im working on my next personal animation, using March's 11 second club dialogue.

Friday, March 19, 2010

R&H Animation Test

I recently finished my animation test for R&H, i passed the first test, im going for the 2nd test in their studio next week. 2 full days to do 2 animations that they will brief me, insane! 2 days with 2 animations! Im gonna do my best on it, get good rest and drink coffee.


In the mean time, you can take a look at me test

animtest01 - 3 Balls from andrew tan on Vimeo.

animtest02 - Jumping on Platforms from andrew tan on Vimeo.

animtest03 - Step Over from andrew tan on Vimeo.


There's always plan B if i dont make it, i tell you wht it is later.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Why You Need A Plan

I just bumped into an interesting article about success in career, thought i share it here for anyone who wants to get to where they want to be before they die. Using Benjamin Franklin as the model.

"It's all part of the plan." -Joker : )


By the age of 20, Benjamin Franklin had already established a plan by which he intended to live the rest of his life. If that strikes you as an unrealistic expectation, well, Franklin did exactly that, and he became one of the most accomplished and dynamic figures in American history along the way. It evidently worked out pretty well for him.

By the time he died in 1790, Franklin had been carrying that plan -- his 13 Virtues -- with him, in some form, for 64 years, using it to track his own progress decades after he had it committed to memory. That sense of personal accountability is certainly part of why he was so successful at it. Even if you have a pretty solid idea of where you're headed in life, adhering to a plan like Franklin's requires you to be responsible about your future -- otherwise you'll find it far too easy to explain away your failures and put off your goals.

You don't necessarily need to abide by this exact plan, or even to write one out like this at all, but you do need a framework for your self-improvement. If you're looking for someplace to start, Franklin's design is as good an example as any.

1- Self-improvement needs direction

Everyone, everywhere, has had the experience of settling on some haphazard goal for improving his life only to forget about it two weeks later (except, apparently, Ben Franklin). New Year's resolutions are representative of these enthusiastic but ill-conceived promises ("I'm going to get in shape -- and with no particular idea what I mean by that! Yeah!").

You can't just make a vague decision about becoming a Better Man and expect that impulsive, undefined concept to actually change your behavior for any real stretch of time. That is, after all, what you're almost certainly trying to do, and altering whatever routine you've become accustomed to means you need a definitive framework on hand. The value of actually writing this stuff down is that definite goals, goals you actually track, are harder to ignore than some indeterminate, conceptual self-improvement that doesn't really call for you to do much of anything.

2- A plan forces accountability

The puritan origins of Franklin's virtues are pretty obvious in this regard: His plan calls for temperance ("Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation") and moderation ("Avoid extreames"), as well as frugality, cleanliness and chastity. Although permitting yourself to become an overweight, wasteful drunk will probably present you with no difficulty in staying chaste, the point here is that you're sabotaging your life if you don't hold yourself accountable for the mistakes you make.

Again, Franklin's Puritanism was his, not yours, and you don't need to go become a monk, but you should be aware of all the stuff you do that isn't helping your life one bit. Modern examples of life plans tend to acknowledge the importance of accountability. Bill Phillips' Body for Life tracks both diet and weight-training progress, and financial frameworks (budget or investment planning, for example) are even more dependent on showing progress with concrete figures.

3- Knowing your direction keeps you from wasting your life

Franklin was raised with the belief that hard work has inherent worth, which is a good way to look at life if you want to excel at your career -- or really any extensive personal accomplishment. Three of his virtues were industry ("Lose no time"), order ("Let each part of your business have its time") and resolution ("Perform without fail what you resolve"). Holding yourself accountable for your mistakes is only the first half of accountability, because just being aware of what you’re doing wrong isn't much of a self-improvement.

If, on the other hand, you're forcing yourself to maintain progress based on a set of intelligently chosen goals, you're actually trying to accomplish something genuine. Apathy is your worst enemy, and the best intentions in the world are far less effective at getting you where you want to be than a set of intelligently chosen goals.

13 virtues to a good life

Just because Franklin's plan is oriented toward self-denial doesn't mean that yours has to be. Some of his virtues are easily covered by the simple decision just to be good to people: These include silence, sincerity, tranquility, and, the most representative of them, justice ("Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that are your duty.") That last bit about duty is sort of what this entire process is about, and it calls for you to supplement the part of the plan where you avoid detrimental things with a resolution to be actively good as well. Self-improvement too often focuses cosmetic or self-serving goals, but it's just as important to start being a Better Man by being a better human being.

source of article here at

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Animation applied into Gymnastics/Tricking

Yesterday when i was in the gymnasium(the gymnastic type), i have made a splendid discovery, a link between Gymnastic and Animation.

How does it work? I was standing there on the mats, preparing for my run, jump, and flip, i started seeing this move as an animation(cause i was still in the animating mood, i was animating like 20 mins before i got to the gym), as in how i would plan it before i "animate" it.

For a front tuck, you would run, have a little skip, also known as Blocking in tricking terms, land, squash down(anticipate), and JUMP, with my torso leading up as high as i can, lower body being follow through, and when reach the top, i would tuck my body in as fast as i can, and automatically land on my feet.

So here i go, i went for it, and landed. It was the highest front tuck i ever gotten. After that move, i was so amazed, cause i have discovered this link, of how you can apply animation principles into gymnastic. I started using this move for other moves.

Like the Cheat 720 Kick

First i would do a half spin and jump, tossing my arms up to get height(my body being the follow through), when i reach the top, i would spin, with my torso leading, and my lower body following(follow through), i would also use my head to lead, creating faster spin, when i reach the peek of my spin, i would angle my body down and whip my leg out like a kick.

I did this, and my spin was so much faster, and i got so much higher.

So if you are gymnast, or tricker, or breakdancer, or u do anything that requires harcore physical movement, and you are an animator, try seeing you moves as an animation, like you were to animate it, and then apply it to the move you trying to do, you be amazed by how well it works.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

How to be Good at Everything

I always wanted to be good at everything, still on that journey...well not everything, but as much things as i possibly can. I found an article about this. Enjoy


You probably know someone or know of someone who is great at their job, excels in athletics, intelligent, and can even play an instrument. Or maybe they are very artistic, social, good with numbers, and able to learn a new skill or task with seemingly no effort. Who are these well rounded gifted people and how did they get that way? A better question may be, is it possible to become more like them?

What it means to be good at everything

There are individuals in the world who seem to have a bottomless well of skills and gifts that allows them to achieve in almost any endeavor they participate in. They are sometimes called overachievers because they seem to almost always perform at an above average level in everything they do. Most overachievers have been overachieving since a young age and over time have just strengthened the traits necessary to achieve in almost anything. Does this mean that a person who has not been overachieving for a lifetime is doomed for mediocrity? Absolutely not! What enables overachievers to do so well is the habits and thought processes that they have developed.

In order for you to begin to become multi-talented and skilled, you must understand the mindset of those who are overachievers. Alexandra Robbins wrote a book entitled The Overachievers: The Secret Lives of Driven Kids where she lays out the negative aspects of high school students whose lives are driven by perfect GPAs and the pressures of students today. Although the book is well written, it represents a very small number of students in American society. The truth is that overachieving students and adults are rare. If they were common, they would not be called overachievers.

You may be good at your job and good with numbers, but now you want to increase your athletic and artistic ability. Or perhaps you are good at sports but now you want to increase your intellect. You may even be good at dealing with people but when it comes to computers or electronics you have no clue where to start. Well, there is a way to get you closer to becoming more well rounded.


Most overachievers posses nearly the same characteristics and habits. These traits are applied in almost every challenge, task, or activity they take part in. So the key is to gain a mindset that enables you to consistently perform at an above average level in almost all activity.

Looking at some of the great overachievers through the ages, most have had a heavy dose of the following characteristics.

Knowing you can be good- Being sure of your ability and aware of your capabilities is an invaluable skill. To begin to be good at everything you must begin to be confident in your ability to be above average in the things you are skilled at. You must even be confident in your ability to do well in things you’ve never even tried.

Persistence-An underrated attribute, persistence can make a mountain of difference. One rule of sales is that you have to hear a customer say “no” three times before the customer may actually mean “no”. Those who overachieve understand that how good you are at something you try for the first time is not a measure of how good you could be the fifth time.

Foresight-Making good observations on the activities that are going on around you and then gauging the right moves to make are common characteristics of overachievers. Some of the world’s greatest athletes understand this skill also. This is why it sometimes seems that they make the perfect move, play, kick, or pitch at the perfect time.

Knowledge-Learning all about the activity or skill that you want to be good in is crucial. Having all the knowledge and understanding that is needed to carry out your task can be an enormous advantage.

The Desire to Be Good

One attribute found in most overachievers is the desire they have to do well. Nobody wants to fail but the level of desire you may have to do well can help elevate how well you perform. Along with persistence, desire can sometimes outperform talent. That desire usually elevates the effort you may put into the activity that you are doing.

When you see a singer, dancer, athlete, or even an artist, it is easy to assume that they are succeeding with little effort. The great ones make it look easy. But this is almost never the case. I recently visited a museum that was displaying the works of Norman Rockwell. He became legendary for capturing the realness of American life in the early and mid 20th century.

The most intriguing part of the exhibit for me was where they displayed the different drafts of the masterpieces. I was amazed by how often he would change the facial expressions of the characters, readjust the positioning of objects, and alter points of view. This showed that along with his talent for painting, he also applied much effort into his work.

Start Being Good

You’ve learned that overachievers and well rounded individuals have a mindset and a set of habits that enable them to do what the average person wishes they could. So how do you stop wishing and begin to be good at everything. Here are some ways you can instantly elevate how you perform in everything that you try.

Focus-Concentrating on the task at hand is crucial especially if you are trying something for the first time. Being able to drown out external distractions as well as internal ones, allows you to center your attention at what you are doing thus making it easier to concentrate.

Self control-Once you are focus, you are able to control your mind and body so that you can apply all your efforts to what you are doing. Learn to control nervous reactions and any thoughts of doubt that may arise.

Ask and learn-Find out what your strengths and weaknesses are from someone who knows how to do what it is you are trying to do.

Be willing to fail-Give it your all but understand that you might not succeed at first. Failing is a part of the learning process and it is when you fail that you have the opportunity to learn the most.

Try it all-Never be afraid of a new experience and learn from everything you try. Remember, you are building habits and a mindset. A new experience can sometimes give you insight that you can use when you attempt to be good at something else that you may try.


Origin of the article can be found here

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

My demoreel for 2009/2010, And R&H!

I am done compiling my demoreel for 2009/2010, theres actually more stuff i wanna work on, thats why i called it 2009/2010. I compiled this for R&H to see, so now im doing their animation test. I will do my breast on it! Wish me luck!

In the mean time, here is my demoreel

Andrew Tan Animation Demoreel 2009/2010 from andrew tan on Vimeo.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

In A Bar - acting animation

Hello again, i have done my acting animation, the last animation im gonna do before i compile my new demoreel for 2009/2010.(im still gonna do more, but just for this demoreel is the last)

I should show you my POLISHED first, then i show my progress of how i did it

In A Bar - polished from andrew tan on Vimeo.



In A Bar - blocking from andrew tan on Vimeo.

Before i did the Blocking, i recorded myself acting out the shot, i re-recorded it a few times, because i had a hard time feeling the character, i even tried putting on a dress shirt, so that i would feel more like the character(which actually helps). I also found that it's best to act out the shot without lipsyncing to the audio, because theres too many stuff to focus on, cause you have to remember the poses that you gonna do, and you have to listen to the audio making sure the timing is right. Your body tends to do little subconscious movements when you're listening.

So instead, i act out the scene myself, i listen to it over and over and over, until i memorized all the lines and got myself use to the timing. I realised that when you act out without the audio, you can find new poses and subtle movements that you can add in(in my case, was that nose rub).

I read the article about acting out your lipsync in 11 second club

Friday, February 12, 2010

Weird Animation contest site

Its like Sports teams, but the teams are Animators, and they make dance moves to compete with each other....its really strange, but quite interesting.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Emma in 20 seconds.

Likes paiting nails

Hates Mushiness

Helps with dishes

Needs coffee to be woken up

Gets sick of certain food after few repetitions, aka Picky

Cold and Nice

Phobia of fishes
Likes to bully

Likes sweet stuff

Likes guinea pigs
And totally in LOVE with this dude with the cup

I sort of heart you.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Blind Wushu animation


Blind Wushu - Polished(final) from andrew tan on Vimeo.

-This is my reference for this animation, yes that is Jet Li, 16 years old-


Blind Wushu - Blocking from andrew tan on Vimeo.

:This my first time doing layered animation, thought i give it a try, so i started doing the lower body first, then adding in the torso and head to really get that arc that i want.

Blind Wushu - Splined(with no arms) from andrew tan on Vimeo.


Lipsync animation soon to come.

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Krag(chibi dino) - walk cycle

Long time no see, i've been busy working on a personal animation, not this one another one, its almost done, about 70-80% done, its a short 12 sec wushu animation. At the mean time, i did a little quicky animation on the side, first time animating a dinosaur, i used the rig called "Krag," which is a chibi t-rex, wished it was abit more flexible though, only one control for the tail isnt enough.

Anyways, i finished this in 3-4 hours. Dino says meow.

Krag(chibi dino) - walk cycle from andrew tan on Vimeo.