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:bulletwhite::bulletblack::bulletwhite:Crow Unbound:bulletwhite::bulletblack::bulletwhite:
Multimation Film
July 30, 2010




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This is my first short film ever, I made it from start to finish in just two weeks, tell me what you think!

For my first short film I wanted to convey simple tale of freedom. I came up with a story of a girl who literally becomes what she envies and dreams about. In the end, the girl trades up her humanity for a simple life flying infinitely as a crow in a painting. I wanted to convey more art forms in an already great art medium, video. I love animation, drawing, and painting, but don't see them together a lot. I hoped to achieve a good balance and mixture of these mediums in my short film, Crow Unbound.
I started making my film July 14, 2010. I finished the video on July 30, 2010. It was made on my personal iMac. I used Adobe After Effects to help start my rotoscope process. Afterwards, I used Adobe Photoshop CS4 to do all of the main animation with a Wacom pen and tablet. I pulled all of the clips together and did all of the major editing in Final Cut. For the music I turned to the royalty-free Apple Loops provided by Garage Band and did any mixing within Final Cut.



:bulletwhite::bulletblack::bulletwhite:See A Little Behind the Scenes and How the Painting was Made:bulletwhite::bulletblack::bulletwhite:

◆◊◆Episode № 24:"Making My first Short Film"◆◊◆

I make art vlogs via YouTube that show my art being made in a time lapse, I talk about the meaning of the piece, sometimes everyday life, and I hold mini contests with art prizes as well.



This artwork may not be reproduced or used in any form without written permission from the artist.
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A motion graphics short on Creativity, originally inspired by Tony Buzan's mindmapping. Done for Editing and Compositing class.

For the making, check out : soulfinder90.wordpress.com/2010/04/29/creativity-motion-graphics/

By : Rachel Wan
Voice : Kimberly and Kenneth Ong
Music : Don Alder - Wok the Dawg

Make sure you watch it in DiVX High Quality!

Softwares:
Adobe Photoshop CS4
Adobe Illustrator CS4
Adobe After Effects CS4
Adobe Premier Pro CS4
Adobe Soundbooth CS4
Corel Painter 11
Autodesk Maya 2010
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