Carlos Baena Home News About Contact Animation Feature Work Personal Work Misc Work Live Action Narrative Music Misc Scoring Electronic Artwork 2D Artwork 3D Artwork Photography Resources Animation Material Book Recommendations Tips & Tricks Links Animation Mentor Info Videos Pictures Planning Case Study: The Incredibles A study of the process of planning of one of the sequences from the film The Incredibles that I had to animate in the past, and the importance that planning had for me in preparing for this sequence. Shapes / Lines Composition is one of those really powerful tools as animators/filmmakers. Status / Personal Space While status / personal space and composition in general are very vast areas to talk about, I wanted to pass my two cents as to main points I think about when it comes to these areas. Eyebrows These are a few notes I wanted to bring up on eyebrows based on my own experience. Thought Process The unspoken dialogue. Copyright © Carlos Baena
Welcome to The Computer Graphics Society Welcome to the official home of The Other Brothers! Curso de dibujo y pintura. Manual de dibujo Art of Jung Park Hitchcock’s "Rear Window," Recut Into An Amazing Panoramic View Rear Window is, in my book, Hitchcock’s best film. It hooks you in immediately, trapped in the same sense of voyeuristic helplessness as Jimmy Stewart’s wheelchair-bound character who finds himself the witness to a murder in his own backyard. It’s also a film that draws much of its suspense from limited perspective--shots cropped by a telephoto lens, tiny snippets of isolated characters going about their days. Powered by After Effects and the patience of Job, Jeff Desom recut (and reshaped) Rear Window into one giant panorama. “I was asked by a local (Luxembourg) venue to create a projection that could be looped on a very wide screen,” Desom tells Co.Design. It was a moment of inspiration that would prove punishing to actualize. Once his proof-of-concept was complete, Desom had to map an intersecting storyline for each of Rear Window ’s characters that appeared in the POV clips. It’s an idea that could drive Hitchcock mad with paradox.
DigiCel FlipBook 2D Animation Software JohnsBlog Animation Quick Animation Quick-Tip Power Centers & Personality In animation, as in life, p Here's some verbal examples taken from some animated films. And here's some visual pose examples of how moving a power center around on the same model can evoke a very strong impression of personality. Like I said before, the very silhouette and structure of the poses for your characters will tend to illustrate their power centers. the animator has chosen to put the power center for their character, and see how that plays itself out in that character's personality. -k ps: copyright 2002 keith lango animation, all rights reserved. no duplication without permission.
scott-eaton.com 51 Great Animation Exercises to Master Quickest way to improvement? Practice. It’s a simple bit of advice that rings with absolute truth. Maybe you still need convinced of how important the “Art of Doing” is? Some of these exercises you may have done or seen before; some maybe not. Level 1 Exercises (Do not discount their simplicity! Ball Bouncing in place, no decay (loop)Ball Bouncing across the screenBrick falling from a shelf onto the groundSimple character head turnCharacter head turn with anticipationCharacter blinkingCharacter thinking [tougher than it sounds!] Level 2 Exercises Change in Character emotion (happy to sad, sad to angry, etc.)Character jumping over a gapStanding up (from a chair)Walk Cycle [oldie but goodie!] Level 3 Exercises Close up of open hand closing into fistClose up of hand picking up a small objectCharacter lifting a heavy object (with purpose!) Level 4 Exercises Things to keep in mind: Have any questions about the exercises above? 71 Click to say Thank You!
Art of STEVE JUNG Hablemos de Animación Nuevos proyectos, nuevas ideas.La industria está cambiando, y con ella todos aquellos en los que día a día nos vemos sumergidos en ese mar de creatividad, deadlines, superaciones... Por ello, en el grupo de Spanish Animators en Facebook voy a realizar una serie de minicharlas ( via Hangout por streaming ) donde hablaremos en profundidad sobre animación y también arrojaremos algo de luz a aquellos espacios mas allá de nuestras pantallas que también conforman parte importante de nuestro proceso de creación.Después de un proceso sugerencias, finalmente el temario y el calendario están listos. Serán 6 minicharlas a lo largo de 3 fines de semanas: Sabado 27 de abrilDomingo 28 de abrilSabado 4 de mayoDomingo 5 de mayo Sabado 11 de mayoDomingo 12 de mayo Todas las charlas serán a las 18 hr de España - para que calculen aquellos que lo hagan desde fuera - y el temario finalmente será el siguiente: 1. 6. email@example.com Formato .mov ( quicktime ).Numeración de frames.
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