My teacher had given us the initial dialog, and encouraged us to do whatever we wanted with the push and motion. Just tell a story. So I added some bonus dialog and and sound effects to make it more interesting.
Also my first piece ever animated at 30fps, kind of by accident, though.
For the first time in a looong time I was motivated to draw something, though I had no idea what. It was then when I heard about the death of Robin Williams, so I decided to draw him. Coincidentally I wanted to make a TimeLapse recording of me drawing for a long time. With my new smortphone I finally had the tools to give it a try. The first 1-2 were not recorded. Higher Res available here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUNEKA…
It's a tragic death and should be a reminder of how big a blow depression can deal to people. All the more reason to acknowledge it's existence more publicly in a less derogative way.
DinA3 Paper 150g/m2 rough 4H-6B pencils Nokia Lumia 820
This is actually from couple of months back, I run out of time to finish it by the time the assigned school course ended and haven't got to finish it since.
I still think it's pretty cool, at least at the more finished-ish bits. (It gets more interesting to look at around 00:52.)
All sounds are public domain, except for the little dino's voice which is by yours truly, with a really crappy recording equipment (actually non-existent equipment, I just mumbled at my school Mac's inbuilt microphone). All sounds were put in in just one day, so sorry for the quality.
Kajiko and I have made a parody of this Ending using our Pokémon Adventure forum characters, ALL THEM!!! And all the characters have with them their starter pokémon!! I made the pokémon and the Premiere work while she made the human characters and part of the backgroud *^*
The characters, from left to right, his/her starter and the owner in the forum:
Programs used: SAI, Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 Time Spent: mmm 3-4 days more or less (but in hours, maybe 2 days as much) Tony Stark & Steve Rogers belong to MARVEL, all other OCs belong to their owners
Hello again! Figure I should start uploading the rest of my projects from this semester, so here's my second one. c: It's frame by frame and I made it using Photoshop and After Effects! Like the first one, there isn't any sound. uHu
This was done for my 2D Animation class midterm last year. This was strictly speaking an After Effects assignment, and though most of it is just individual frames imported from PhotoShop, I did need a lot of After Effects skills to sew it together.
Frames were "hand drawn" in Photoshop CS5.5 using a Wacom Intuos3 tablet and brought into After Effects CS5.5, except for the carnosaur which was a puppet with pieces drawn in Photoshop and rigged in After Effects. Sounds are from freesound.org.
The original storyboards started at primordial soup and ended at a pair of cockatiels, but after I realized this was a MIDTERM project and not a TERM project I had to cut out acts 1 and 3. O.o Animation takes... a while....
I didn't really do much paleontology research for this but I used to be into dinosaurs like ten years ago and this is based on what I remember.
There are mistakes all over the place and I didn't have time to properly synch the sound or add touches like eye blinks during the walk cycles, but I do like the way it looks overall. I also would've liked the running up the tree bit to be a new cycle, but there wasn't time to do it.
I was so glad when this was done! And there are bits of it I really, really like, like the running dino animation (after our hero gets startled by the carnosaur).
EDIT: Holy cow a DD?! Wow, thank you so much ^kingmancheng! I'm delighted by everyone's enjoyment of this little short. :3