The art and thoughts of Sabrina Chaney

Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette

Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…
I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!

Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
Zoom Info

Max - Maquette Armature

Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).

The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!

Max - Character Model Sheet
Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!
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Max - Character Model Sheet
Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!
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Max - Character Model Sheet
Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!
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Max - Character Model Sheet

Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!

Menace to Society - Character Lineup
Menace to Society is about a group of teenagers who, by some manner or circumstance, ended up dropping out of school despite each having unique talents. Society might label them hoodlums or good-for-nothings, but outsiders have no idea about their personal lives and how they got to be where they are. At least they have each other!

Menace to Society - Character Lineup

Menace to Society is about a group of teenagers who, by some manner or circumstance, ended up dropping out of school despite each having unique talents. Society might label them hoodlums or good-for-nothings, but outsiders have no idea about their personal lives and how they got to be where they are. At least they have each other!

Astronaut Jump Animation

The Toon Boom in Space series continues…”One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” style!

Jelly Blob Jump

This was my first project in my digital cel animation class. I’m learning a lot about the power of Toon Boom…and having fun creating weird space aliens!

Animated Short: aWake

crimmas:

My senior film, as well as a write-up about it. Several years led up to this moment.

I helped @crimmas animate his senior film! Follow the link to watch aWake and read about the story behind it.

The Cult

For my Screen Design final, I had to create an animatic around this prompt: Four teenagers sit around a campfire. They are a Satanist cult masquerading as members of a religious youth group. A priest watches from afar.
(Note: I am not Satanic…I go to art school)

The Plastics

For my screen design class, we had to create an animatic dealing with dialogue with a sound clip of our choice. So I chose Mean Girls!

Stop Motion Puppet - Finished!
The Lady of the Lake doesn’t just guard the legendary sword Excalibur; she also protects her underwater grove.Thanks for sticking around to see this puppet come to life!
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Stop Motion Puppet - Finished!
The Lady of the Lake doesn’t just guard the legendary sword Excalibur; she also protects her underwater grove.Thanks for sticking around to see this puppet come to life!
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Stop Motion Puppet - Finished!
The Lady of the Lake doesn’t just guard the legendary sword Excalibur; she also protects her underwater grove.Thanks for sticking around to see this puppet come to life!
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Stop Motion Puppet - Finished!
The Lady of the Lake doesn’t just guard the legendary sword Excalibur; she also protects her underwater grove.Thanks for sticking around to see this puppet come to life!
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Stop Motion Puppet - Finished!

The Lady of the Lake doesn’t just guard the legendary sword Excalibur; she also protects her underwater grove.
Thanks for sticking around to see this puppet come to life!

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