works well with missy elliot's "work it" and weezer's "island in the sun." I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT
this was my first ever animation in art school, was made in fall semester 2009. the assignment was to create a character based off of yourself (which i already have- hopefully this character has become familiar to people who watch my deviantarttt) and to create a walking animation that would cycle. so this is 20 frames in total, an animation of the right and left foot advancing, then looped. took about 7-8 hours (two sittings) to finish. we were required to have a "secondary motion" so i have the hair flipping, singing, and ukelele playing. i was super proud of this considering i had no guidance on it (kind of story of my art school right now. kind of unhappy where i am because i am not being taught what i need to know, and am paying for).
YAY so finally now that i have this i will start uploading more animations in the order that i have made them over time
Well it's done... It's not perfect but it's as done as it's gonna get for a while...
I had to rerecord the audio of me speaking because my teacher's said the first reading was kind of dull and and didn't really showcase my personality. The soundtrack itself is not really a 100% in my opinion because I didn't have time to properly clean-up the new audio and I didn't get the updated musical score from my composer on time. So worked with what I had...
Music is done by my buddy Jack Stotler. You can find his music here: [link]
As the Wonders of the Universe passes by a mysterious Red Cloud in space, they pick up a ancient and dormant virus that attempts to take over the ship. With communications cut off, they have little hope of regaining control.
Oh boy! This is a big one. This was meant to be a pretty normal sized episode, but it quickly swelled into something quite in-depth... and something we're pretty proud of. With character introductions out of the way, we're finally able to do a Wonders episode the way we've envisioned from the start. We hope you enjoy Wonders of the Universe: Episode 4, "A Cyberspace Odyssey!"
Voices: Xander Mobus (Motley-Fool) Chris Niosi (Kirbopher) Edwyn Tiong (Omahdon) Edward Bosco (Darkwolf) Miranda Gauvin (dellaciel) Deven Mack (D-Mac-Double) Fernando Zamora (fthreat) Mark Schneider (th1rt3en) Chris Boe (BOE) Joseph Blanchette (Legendary Frog)
Production: Mark Schneider (th1rt3en) Joseph Blanchette (Legendary Frog) Casey McDonald (Xiphon) Chris Boe (BOE)
Music: Peter Gresser (PeterGMusic)
(NOTE - All music is free to use from Newground's Audio Portal, form other free sources, or created for this cartoon by Peter Gresser)
Hey guys! Here is my Fox walk so far!! These are only rough keys so far. I'm going to re do the tail, fix the torso furr, put the feet in perspective and clean it all up!!! I'm really happy with it so far! I'm handing it in now, since it's the last night and I'm pretty tired, but I know I can keep working on it even after I hand it in. I want to make it a portfolio piece
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My first film made at USC, animated entirely in Flash and edited in Premiere Pro. This also was on my Youtube account (and was previously downloadable here before the film feature was available) but only now have I decided to uploaded it here too. While this isn't the genesis of Ravage* (no, he's way older than this), he DID end up being my guinea pig as I forayed into lip sync and character animation. Writing for him was a cinch, the script editing process itself not so much.
Originally this was to be almost 2 minutes long, but since I had a single semester to complete it, it was cut down to more like 30 seconds. So many great jokes were cut out, the class expressed real pain when they told me to remove different lines. That was a tough deal, I tell ya. And after all that editing, I was left with only about 3 weeks to animate the entire thing. I was almost dead by the end.
Completed in 2007. Voices by Dan Lippert and Justin Michael. My voice and a classmate's (Caitlin Cragg's) included as well. Sound mixing by the magically awesome Bethany Sparks.
This film is a good example of why Flash is bad with audio. Somehow everyone's voice ended up slowed down by a TON. It's not so noticeable on Ravage (it actually sounds better!) but the agent is ludicriously deep voiced. Lesson learned!