Hearing: Educational Animation for Grades 1–3. August 2009.

A few sample shots for an animation about hearing. Intended for young kids, so the style and content is simplified.

A black and white test animation of a runner.

A test animation of a runner for the animation. A runner, a cheetah, and a sound wave are all running together to help young students understand how fast sound moves.

Frames drawn out for a test animation of a cheeta running. Black and white line.

A few line art frames of a cheetah running, eventually becomes an animation. A runner, a cheetah, and a sound wave are all running together to help young students understand how fast sound moves.

Color character studies for an ear animation. From left to right: a boy wearing a blue sweater vest, a snail, cochlea, a speaker, and a sound wave.

Concept art for some of the characters in the animation. From left to right: a boy wearing a blue sweater vest, a snail, the cochlea, a speaker, and a representation of a sound wave.

Color illustration of ear anatomy. Simplified for kids. Show cochlea, ear bones, brains, tymphanic memebrane, skull, and outer ear.