A few people asked me questions with regards to how I made this piece. It's very technical, so I figured it'd be easiest to explain with a quick video tutorial on my process - and how I actually do use both traditional and digital in equal parts. And, as I have said before - thank you so, so, so much for your support, especially on my original work.
If you have any more questions, please comment below!
TUMBLR GIVEAWAY! I'm going to do a giveaway on my tumblr since it's been a good two years since I've finished something this size (it's been over two years!), For every re-blog, I'll enter you into a raffle to win an 18"x24" canvas print of this piece.
Short film I did last semester for the Animation Seminar course at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. I was there as an exchange Student in the wonderful school of Art Design and Media.
Prod. Time: 1 Semester between all other assignments Software used: Maya, After Effects, Photoshop
FINALLY!! My Final Film project from the classical animation program at Vancouver Film School.
In an ancient land wedged between mountains and shrouded in mist a young monk prepares a lavish meal. Little does he know that he has attracted the presence of an eerie dinner guest.
I know the animation is choppy in some parts, but overall I'm ok with that. It was all a really great learning experience, so I can accept my films flaws. It's my child! i will love it no matter what. It was my first time making something move, and I'm really proud of myself for pulling through.
I hope the rest of you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it! Hey at least this can be used for reference for mountains and trees lol.
-EDIT- o-oh my gosh! thank you so much for the DD! I really dont know what to think. I'm just so shocked and honored! Thank you so much to everyone!