Here's my first assignment for my independent study. I'm not completely happy with it because of the persistent geometry intersections on his fingers. I also think I might be imagining hitches on various places because sometimes they're there and sometimes they aren't. My prof. didn't see them either.
Since Hop is out in the UK and purchase-able in the US via amazon, I figured it's safe to post my work from the show. Sadly, I only got to animate one shot. The others on my plate were either sent over to India or had to be taken over by another animator. The one shot I had is awesome though, so I'm very happy to have it.
" A vegan girl will do anything she can to be true to her lifestyle when she realizes that her mother is making rabbit stew for lunch."
Finally! After around 5 months of work (not full time, but yeah) it's finished. This was a proyect for the end of my 3er semester in animation. Initially I was asked to make a 20 second commercial, but I wanted to make a short film in order to send it over to festivals (: It was a torture, and many times I regreted being so exigent with myself but I think it was worth it in the end.
Actually, my university helped me by having some of the profesional animators at their studio animate some of the secuences I didn't had time to make and also they where responsible of the sound production.
The short was animated directly on TVPaint, except for the scenes that where animated by the additional animators, that where on paper, and I had to scan them and clean them up. Backgrounds where made on Photshop and compositing in After Effects and Premier.
The music is by Les Gosses de la Rue [link] Go check them out!
An animation by DAHL studios, a group of student from Multimedia University, Malaysia. This animation was made for the final year project. DAHL studios consist of 1. Mohammad Dzulsyafiq b. Mohammad Yusoff ( a.k.a ) 2.Hidhir b. Ibrahim ( a.k.a ) 3.Lydia Sulywyn 4.Loh woon siang ( a.k.a me )
Here's the film that ~Ahvia and I have been working on since February. We made it for our 3rd year animation class at SVA in the second semester. And yes, Demos really lives up to his nickname in his cameo.
Thank you so much to those of you who helped us ink and color the scenes!
Disclaimer: The music is by Ugress [link] -- who allows the use of their songs for student films without profit.