Fire Tiger Acid Panther is approved for productionYeah, there actually was a chance that with all that pre-production I'd already done, I might not have gotten to do it.
But no. It's all good. Will start animating soon. Film is due November, also at which time I expect will be its internet exclusive release.
Again, if anyone's interested, lots of stuff for the film here: http://firetigeracidpanther.blogspot.com.au/
ALSO I can't tell you how happy it makes me to be getting all this Acid/Fire giftart and comments. I'm glad you guys like 'em, and I hope you like the film they star in.
These are awesome:
First Scene Previewhttps://vimeo.com/42477094First Scene Preview in Personal More Like This
Phew. That lighting is hard. I think I will reserve it for more important shots.
Anyway, the first scene I've done of Fire Tiger vs Acid Panther. If anyone's curious.
I won't upload any more scenes, as I'd like the film to be at least a bit of a surprise.
Oh wait, I just realized there are a couple of frames cut off the end. Oh well, not missing much.
*sigh*I wasn't going to spend all day on the internet, but then I did.*sigh* in Personal More Like This
More importantly, I wanted to share a cool writing exercise with y'all:
-Put a playlist.
-For the duration of the song, try to come up with a story where the currently playing song would be ideal for the end credits.
-Complete until playlist is done.
Very fun and good to get the creative juices flowing.
FFM09 - Wolf MotherThis one was born strange.FFM09 - Wolf Mother in Scraps More Like This
This one was born alone, and got lost in all that black. This one's body hurt, and moved in strange ways, ways she couldn't control. This one was born with her eyes open, under no moon. This one made strange sounds with a small open mouth, and grabbed for her mother with limbs that twisted in strange directions.
This one's mother didn't care, and licked her clean and held her close like any other daughter.
This one grew up slow, fumbling. This one learned how to shift on the full moon, and fell to all fours. This one learned how to run. This one ran fast, faster than her older brothers and sister, faster and faster through the little paths with the hard black dirt that never gave beneath her feet. This one learned to find food in the small, hole-like places that smelled of metal. This one followed her mother along the tunnel-