Yep, i’m working hard on Pearl, vs. A Can. if you notice the production schedule, i’ve been mostly keeping on top of it, excepting when i needed to prioritize other pieces to make a miniature portfolio for last week. I’m up to date now, though i needed to edit the schedule, because we actually have one less week than the academic calendar would have suggested.
Still, the last bits of work shouldn’t be too demanding for this timeframe. I’m very glad that January Patrick chose this project for its shorter length, compared to the decisions made by September Patrick for the Fall semester.
I’m getting to be pretty proud of this piece as it comes together, too. Whereas the average scene of the Eleventh Angel Project didn’t have much ” ” ” animation ” ” ” (so to speak, there were a lot of shots of static imagery given motion tweens), Pearl, vs. A Can has frame-by-frame animation in every shot. Also it has much hands!!
In my last post, I said i would add previews of the animation ‘tomorrow.’ So just imagine my calendar goes April 19th -> April 20th -> May 2nd. Like there’s one really long 264-hour day in place of April 21st-May 2nd, one day with eleven sunrises and sundowns.
WIP. can was made for a previous mockup, hence it being out of sync. i put it in to give context to this shot.
Here’s what’s done.
There’s a lot more I want to do. And will do!
But here’s what’s done!!
I’m gonna go sleep for eight days straight!!!
( ಥ ᗜ ಥ) !!!!
just the keyframes, colored, not shaded, not graded.
this is what my flash looks like at times.
UGH I NEED TO RESTRICT MYSELF FROM WORKING AT 800% MAGNIFICATION
and from doing fine details before i’ve finished sketching the keyframes. this will have to be an exception.
rendering keyframes in one particular sequence. Props if you could figure out which storyboards they are meant for.
compression is gonna play hell with this quality, but here’s a sample. This is for the assignment to complete a run cycle. i accidentally started a week early by misreading the due date.
i love videos like this. first the audio is taken from a source, and then the animator has free reign to visually depict the descriptions given, which leads to fun little gags, like in this one, Billy’s ‘horn,’ the quick Wheel of Fortune cutaway, the shirt saying “IT WAS BILLY,” or when the narrator snickers and the sound resembles ripping paper, so the animator shows him ripping a mask of his own face.
more from Daniel Tan: https://www.youtube.com/user/Supardanil