Tools used: Photoshop Elements 8 Final Cut 7 Sibelius 5 Pro Tools LE tears and sugar music composed by me water sound effects from www.freesound.org
I hope this can explain where I ran off to for pretty much all of November.
Our final project in Intro To Digital Art this semester was stop-motion. My original stop-motion plans fell through, but fortunately our instructor had said we could use any medium we wanted. And so I settled in the end, like a few others in class, on doing a digital animation piece. (And no, the version I turned in had my real name, not my screenname. )
Rhythmic drops of water echo through a subterranean spring, pinging a melody sweet enough to dream to....
I put together a little test to find visual style for 88 and see how she looks animated.. this animation in particular I decided to finish because i had been drawing a model sheet and realized that if I tweened the views i'd have a full 360 animation!
It's a bit wonky in some places, I havent actually done any traditional drawn animation in almost 6 years, OTL I need to get my groove back!
This is my graduate film from Sheridan College. It's been online for a while now, but I'm just getting a chance now to post it on DA.
In short, we get from September to the end of March to make our short films. I ended up restarting mine at the beginning of February : | So if anyone was wondering why I don't have backgrounds in there, it's because I had absolutely no time and wanted to focus on my animation. Thanks for watching!
Did Concept Design Academy’s “Cinematic Storyboarding” with Jane Wu this past couple months. It was a really engaging class and I came away with a few good projects to show off. This one was easiest to edit together. The assignment was “there are two people in a waiting room. What happens?”
There’s no sound. It’s just an animatic. Feel free to generate your own sound effects though. Bap, splat, wuff, and yip are good to start with.