The HD version of this video, shot by Jamiez, can been seen here: [link] He also has other videos from Wai-con up, so be sure to check his channel out! [link]
So, do you remember that Azula firebending skit I did at Manifest? Well, here's the skit that that was a mere warm up for!
Needless to say a lot of work went in to choreographing, voice recording and practising this skit! We spent around two months putting the combat part together.
Unfortunately, the lighting was far from ideal. I'm not sure whose idea it was to have glaring back lighting AND a smoke machine, so when they turned the lights down even further than we asked them to, it was really bad combination for videoing. There's another video just of the fight scene where it's easier to see what's going on in the fight scene here: [link]
The lights that we used are Flowlights, a kind of LED glow poi. Specifically, Fire, Air and Water 2. It was really convenient how my favorite kind of poi are element themed.
A few other neat points about the group: - actually shaved her head for this -it was and 's first cosplay! - and I have both practised poi for a few years, but learned to swing poi in a few months for this skit! - very kindly jumped in to be Toph for us at the last minute when our other Toph cosplayer was unable to make it over for the convention. -Drayke was making Sokka style wise cracks all day!
Aang - Katara - Sokka - Toph - Zuko - Azula - (Me) Ty Lee - Mai - (costume made by )
Finally completed this animation. Wow I can't believe this 1 min and 44 sec animation took so long to make. I literally did all animation, sound design, and music. This is a huge change from my previous work. Thank you for watching this animation everyone and hope you'll like it.
All animation and music is done by me (KhanhCPham).
By clicking on the "wrench" icon on the bottom of the player, you can choose 720p. PLEASE WATCH IN HD xD
TBH he looks a bit like mako lol Okay folks... What you see before you is friggin 112 layers of hardwork and 12 hrs of extreme research and scratching away at the Wacom Create! And voila, my favorite animation I have ever done, if thats not gloating I dunno wat is xDDD
The specs (READ CAREFULLY!!)
--Referenced a lot of bboying videos, and tbh these are the two I most heavily relied on: [link][link]
--The music is COMPLETELY ROYATLY FREE and can be listened to here: I think its an awesome song.... [link]
--Yes, the scratch at the start of the video is made by my mouth xD I am a rookie beatboxer myself, and I plan on adding my own routine to my next bboying animation xDDD
--Softwares Used: ------------ for drawin and animating; ------------Adobe Premiere and After effects for adding music and exporting
A lot of effort put into this one, please temme how you like it! xD
ŠIzanagi Aadi | ARTworks 2012 Please dont steal, BROFISSSSSSSSSSSSST!!!
Featuring the Makorra Bots. When Legend of Korra goes literal and robots can become physically and emotionally damage. Total of 55 pictures, lots of subtle changes and underline messages. A 5 day work project with several days wondering what to do for this theme. Don't know if I should make a sequel, but all of you know what happened, right?
Hope you all like this, comment, favorite, share the Makorra Love.
For the full quality, high definition version, please visit Neil Creek's website here: [link] Thanks so much for taking this video, Neil!
This is me, cosplaying as Azula, from Avatar: The Last Airbender, at Manifest 2010.
This is the outfit that Azula wears through certain episodes in season 3. [link][link]
The entire outfit is sewn by myself, over a two month period. I ended up sewing right up until a few hours before I left for my flight to Melbourne! Usually I'm pretty well on top of things for my costumes, but I spent one week sick, and another week unable to walk or kneel down properly, so I ended up pretty short for time.
I made all the patterns for this costume myself. The shoes were made by buying a pair of slip-on shoes, attaching points made from craft foam, then making a boot cover to slip over the top and glue down.
I also want to say thanks here to ~rallamajoop for helping to style the wig.
Oh man, I'm just really glad I got to actually perform this skit, after what happened. I tore two ligaments in my knee only a month before the convention, in a training accident. The occupational therapist I went to worked wonders, but I only ended up being able to practice and choreograph the skit a few days before I went.
The glowing lights you see are "Flowlights", a kind of super bright LED glow poi ([link]). I've been learning poi for fun for about two years, but this was the first time I'd been in front of an audience with them.
I used to be a red belt in taekwondo in high school, so I have a little background in martial arts. Unfortunately the knee injury meant I had to hold back a fair bit. That's also why all the kicks in the routine are with my right leg, as it can't support me when kicking with my left.
I was so happy at the audience response! It made it all worth it. The skit won best solo skit too.
Short fiction film made entirely with timelapse technique, we (bambaray and SergioGonzalez) hope you like it!
Sound: Spanish Subtitle: English
Data of the short: 8.790 photographs + 118 videos = 185 Gb of data
Some gear used: Canon 450D Canon 7D Dynamic Perception Stage Zero Dolly dynamicperception.com
Summary:From a dream language, the authors address the issue of human-nature relationship. Man finds himself increasingly isolated from the environment in which he lives and is at a tipping point which authors seek to expose deeper into the world of the unconscious.
Short film made by @LabBambara
Voice and Advertising Image: Isaac Berrocal Music (Original Soundtrack):Óscar Xiberta Soto Sound Mixer: Pablo Vega Poster Illustration:Juan Darién English and French Translation: Emma Delgado Perrier German Translation: Raquel Domínguez Administrative: Javier Llamas
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!