Wednesday, February 15, 2012

New planning/reference for Week 7

New reference video for upcoming shot. Sort of cut up, but you'll get the jist:

New planning sketches(click for the 100% version):

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Class 3: Weeks 1-3

Guh....where's the time gone?!

Been busy as HEEEY-YELL with actual 9-5 work, on top of school, so I haven't posted anything lately. I know, I know. *shame*

At any rate, I've thrown up my most recent blocking + pass for the current sequence I'm working on. It's basically a third of a complete shot that we were responsible for working up, storyboarding and animating over the course of this 12 week term.

And here are the planning sketches for the whole sequence:

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Fin: Class 2

Meant to throw this up here earlier, but have been taking it easy the last few days. That last 12 weeks flew past, but they were brutal from a "amount of work" standpoint, what with school/real job/freelance.

Was a great term though. Lots of cool takeaways and inspiration from both mentor and fellow student alike. Kick ass.

At any rate, here's my progress reel from AM Class 2. Still a long way to go, but I think I'm on the right track:

Monday, August 22, 2011

Friday, August 12, 2011

Week 7: Shot Comparison

Wrasslin' with the knees/legs here as I finish up polishing this assignment.

Straight legs on the extremes:

Less straight legs on the extremes:

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Wind Walkin': More Timing Tests

So, I tweaked out a bunch of stuff based off of my mentor's notes here, and I've thrown up two options for timing on the initial reaction/resistance when the door blows open and knocks Stew off balance(around f16-f30 in both shots). Thoughts, as always, are welcome:



I think B "feels" better, but I'm open to hearing arguments otherwise. :)