Wednesday, 23 March 2016

YPGTTO: Sped Paint Challenge 10: The Harp District

A little messy but I think I was just having fun with colours and lines and loosening up.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

Major: Animation Tests

Here are some animation tests I have done recently which still need alot of finessing and the scenes below I currently haven't used the graph editor for clean up but its been a little while since I posted so thought I'd share :)

NOTE: The video is for animation only I know the sizes of the shots are slightly off and the narration isn't exactly in sync I just wanted to put the animation to a verse :) 
All feedback is welcome :)

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Major: Pre_vis Update

Things that have changed: 
-no more suggestive mud 
-garden scene re-vamped (still not 100% happy)
 -muddy textures included
 -crayons included
- Sally grimace
- Zoomed out on PONG

 Thoughts: I'm thinking about changing the end scene..
Sally looks under bed and stands
Snod is in the corner hiding looking sad
Cut to Sally holding a crayon wanting to give it to Snod
Snod is delighted and the two hug


Thursday, 10 March 2016

Major: Pre_vis Update

Though the pre vis isn't finished I thought it had been a long time since blogging. I'm going to redo the garden scene altogether as I dont feel it is entertaining enough. Textures have been updated slightly since this previs with both Sally and Snod have 'muddy' clothes and 'pastelly/scribbly' clothes too. I have also tried a quick water running test in Pencil 2D software which is too rough even for a practice... I think once I am 100% sure on the camera angles and such I will dive into 2D then and get scribbling!

Note: I'm also thinking of an establishing shot then starting the animation.....

All feedback is welcome :)

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Major: Hallway textured

Hallway is textured, I just wanted to see if it worked in the viewport. I think I might need a border around the door frame but in the same breath you don't see the door...

I will update the goblins textures so he has pastels on his fingers.

The verse for this scene goes:

Beware the Bog Goblin, look hes at it again
Daubing this wall, now that one in crayon and pen
He thinks hes an artist, he wants his face in a frame 
But no matter what they think, you know you'll get the blame