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testing the dA film and animation submission. (also i deleted youtube accnt by accident)
this is some old old animation done in 2 days... also how i got started on the BD stuff.
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First few seconds from our short animation Tick Tock, showing how the Time Lord control the time.

LJ, a very good friend of mine, is the 3D environment animator; and I, am the 2D character animator.
We found the background music on a royalty free music website and it is composed by Jonathan Geer.

We are still trying to manage some time to add shadows on the characters, and redo the rest part of the animation that I didn't upload.

No commercial use on the animation.

Many thanks to our mentors from RMIT University =D

Software used: TVP Animation, After Effects, Maya, Fusion and Photoshop
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Here it is, Space Face on Deviant Art. Sorry for the delay!
Enjoy! I'll be working on the next short now that the holidays are over. :)

, Paul


Opening Theme:
Theme song: [link]

Part 1:
written/produced by: [link]
co-animated by: [link]
music by: [link]
sound by: [link]
additional backgrounds by: [link]
orchestra intro by: [link]

Part 2:
written/produced by: [link]
animated by: [link]
music by: [link]
sound by: [link]
backgrounds by: [link]
additional colouring by: [link]

cast:
Tim Hautekiet (Edd): [link]
Matt Hargreaves (Matt): [link]
Jamie Spicer Lewis (Commander Bai): [link]
Eddie Bowley (The Pilot): [link]
Jonathan Gran (The Sun Chaser): [link]
Jack and Dean (The Complimentary Aliens): [link]

Special thanks to Pearl 'iamprikle' Zhang for helping me with the final video editing.

A special thanks to the Eddsworld: Legacy donators who made the continuation of this show possible!
All profits from Eddsworld will go to charity. Buy t-shirts and hoodies here! [link]
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-This is only a clip from my thesis film-

FULL FILM HERE: [link]
password: thesis
**Be sure to watch it in HD!**

Because the copyright to my film is owned by USC, I am not allowed to host more than 10% of the film on DeviantART.

If you would like to watch the complete film, it's hosted on Vimeo and password-protected. For a limited time, I'm providing the password here in my DA description, so I don't get overly swarmed with notes in the next two days.

If you didn't click on the link above, here it is again!!

FILM: [link] password: thesis

I want to give a special thanks to :iconla-vita-a-colori: for helping me through almost all the backgrounds of this. I could not have finished in time without her help, and everything she's done means the world to me.

I'm so glad to finally have some free time again. I was often working 17 - 20 hour days on this animation for months on end. I tallied up the hours for just my summer alone, and I totalled 740 hours. Since the end of May, that's over 29 straight days of 24 hours each, in the span of 2.25 months, NOT including all of my hours working with my composers and my sound designer, and all the rendering that I've had to do over the course of the summer. Animation is a lot, lot, lot of work. But it's -SO- rewarding in the end. And, hopefully, I can crack a laugh out of you guys in the process : )
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FINALLY!! After all this time! Here is my senior thesis to share with you!!
Bear with me now, this is the first time I've submitted any film to dA, and if there are any problems you see like skipping or things taking a long time to buffer TELL ME! I'll upload a smaller version of the film :D

So this baby took a year and a half to make! That includes visual development, pre-production, animatic, 3D modeling, texturing, 3D animatic, set dressing, and finally animation/dynamics, final rendering, and film/music editing. It was a fun and painful process to make indeed ^^;

I do love my film, but there's also alot I'm unhappy with. Many things had changed in the process from what I originally wanted. And right now, I'm actually saving up to buy the programs I need to actually redo my entire thesis. Yes. I want to remake the entire story :D It wont be for a while, but its a goal.

But in the meantime I hope you enjoy the tale of Kathryn, a young girl who sucks her thumb, who finds herself trapped in the very fairy tale that warned her to stop her bad habit in the first place.

Legal garbage:
-My thesis was based on the tale "Die Geschichte vom Daumenlutscher" from the book Der Struwwlpeter by Heinrich Hoffmann.
-I was given permission to cut, edit, and use the music "Danse Macabre" by Kevin Macleod (originally composed by Camille Saint-Saëns).
-Entire short (everything in it) was made entirely by me while attending Ringling College of Art and Design.
-Programs used to make this were Autodesk Maya, Adobe Photoshop and Premiere, and Pixar's Renderman.
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A little personal project I'm working on between normal gigs. Hope you like! I'll post my progress if they don't get booted for using audio from Grumpier Old Men. Not sure why the audio falls out of sync at the end. Frustrating.

-Erin
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This is my senior thesis film from Ringling College of Art and Design, that I co-created with my partners, Lindsey St.Pierre :iconwegs: , and Ashley Graham (Blog: ashleygrahamart.blogspot.com/ )!

The film won the 2013 gold Student Academy Award for animation! We are so honored!!
The reception of the film has been wonderful and we are all really grateful to everyone who helped us to be able to create it!!

Our musical score was composed by Corey Wallace, and the sound by Mauricio D'Orey

We used Autodesk Maya, Nuke, Photoshop, and Pixar's Renderman to create it

The film centers around the Mexican Holiday Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
Hope you enjoy!

:)
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Thank you so much for all the comments and for the Daily Deviation!!!
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Edit: Not sure why it's stretched in 4:3, but in any case, you can view it in HD here: [link] c:

So, you guys get to meet Oscar for real! I'm not sure why I waited a year to post this thing, other than I'm not as proud of it as I was a year ago. But hey, I took nearly a year to do it, why not post it here! (Plus, the access to posting films here takes so much time to acquire!)

Animated short produced entirely by me at Cégep du Vieux Montréal in 2010. The the pre-production to the touch-ups, the short took roughly 10 months to create; the rough animation and cleans were done traditionally in less than two months.

This short won Best Artistic Direction of the year 2010 :)

Music was make on volunteer basis by a musician (Alex Boucher) assigned to my project, pretty much like everyone else in my class ;D

I hope you enjoy!
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My very first short movie. This was the final project to my last year as a traditional animation student at the Cegep du Vieux-Montréal, completed in june 2013. This was an amazing program and certainly were the best 3 years of my life.

Music by Jean-Sébastien Lavoie
Tumblr link
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