Tabitha Kitchen is an animator who trained at Ringling College of Art and Design. She’s several scholarships, including Best of Ringling and Women in Animation and her showreel piece is Granny’s Gamble.
In the short animation, a sassy grandmother gets fed up with losing at the casino and the merciless way the house collects its winnings. She decides to take action.
Tabitha and the team used Maya, Arnold, Nuke, Premiere, ZBrush, Substance Painter, and, of course, Photoshop to craft Granny’s Gamble. You can run that lot on an HP Workstation.
You always knew dice could be cheeky, right?
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