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Animation tutorial - walk cycle part 1

Animation tutorial - walk cycle part 1

Animating! I'm animating a short scene. The character is the Easter Bunny, that's all I'll say. It's for my own pure enjoyment, and cause I've missed animating so much. The first design: he's just a grumpy, wine-drinking Easter Bunny who just wants to chill and keep to himself. I attached the x-sheet...exploring possible mouth shapes. The thumbnails are the basic scene structure and acting. I also started playing around with his facial design more, trying to figure out his mouth shapes, and how his whole face works in general. More to come! real world Illustrator Matt Groening Matthew Abram "Matt" Groening (/ˈɡreɪnɪŋ/ GRAY-ning; born February 15, 1954)[2] is an American cartoonist, screenwriter, producer, animator, author, musician, comedian, and voice actor. He is the creator of the comic strip Life in Hell (1977–2012) as well as two successful television series, The Simpsons (1989–present) and Futurama (1999–2003, 2008–2013). Groening has won 12 Primetime Emmy Awards, ten for The Simpsons and two for Futurama as well as a British Comedy Award for "outstanding contribution to comedy" in 2004. In 2002, he won the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award for his work on Life in Hell. Early life[edit] Groening was born on February 15, 1954[3] in Portland, Oregon,[4] the middle of five children. Career[edit] Early career[edit] In 1977, at the age of 23, Groening moved to Los Angeles to become a writer. Life in Hell[edit] Cover of Life in Hell No. 4, published in 1978 The Simpsons[edit] Creation[edit] The design of the Simpson family, circa 1987 Half-hour[edit]

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Brad Bird Phillip Bradley "Brad" Bird (born September 24, 1957) is an American director, screenwriter, animator, producer and actor. Early life[edit] Career[edit] On March 18, 2014, it was announced that Bird is writing a sequel to The Incredibles.[14] Filmography[edit] Feature film[edit] Television[edit] Music video[edit] Reception[edit] Critical[edit] Awards and nominations[edit] In addition to his Academy Award, BAFTA Award and Saturn Award wins, Bird holds the record of the most animation Annie Award wins with eight, winning both Best Directing and Best Writing for each of The Iron Giant, The Incredibles and Ratatouille, as well as Best Voice Acting for The Incredibles. References[edit] External links[edit]

Genndy Tartakovsky Early life[edit] Tartakovsky was born January 17, 1970, in Moscow to Jewish parents.[4] His father, Boris, worked as a dentist[5] for government officials and the Soviet Union national ice hockey team.[6] His mother, Miriam, was an assistant principal at a school. He also has a brother, Alexander, who is two years older and currently a computer consultant in Chicago.[6] Before coming to the United States, his family first moved to Italy, where he lived next to a German family. There, Tartakovsky says he was first drawn to art, inspired by a neighbor's daughter. Tartakovsky later commented, "I remember, I was horrible at it. For the life of me, I couldn't draw a circle." Tartakovsky's family moved to the United States when he was seven[7] due to concerns about the effect of anti-Semitism on their children's lives.[6] The family originally settled in Columbus, Ohio[8] and later moved to Chicago. Career[edit] Filmography[edit] Films[edit] Television[edit] Awards and nominations[edit]

Motionographer | Digital Filmmaking, Animation, Motion Graphics, Design, Film, Visual Effects and Experimental Moving Image Storytelling Joe Ranft Joseph Henry "Joe" Ranft (nacido el 13 de marzo de 1960 y fallecido el 16 de agosto de 2005) fue un mago, animador y actor de voz estadounidense. Ha trabajado como actor de voz para las compañías Disney y Pixar. Su hermano Jerome Ranft es un escultor que también ha trabajado en varias películas de Pixar. Biografía[editar] Carrera[editar] Ranft se reunió con John Lasseter, con quien se había reunido previamente en el Instituto del Arte de California durante los últimos años de los 70, así fue como se incorporo a Pixar. En la película Monstruos S.A., había un monstruo que llevaba su nombre (J.J. En el DVD de Cars, Ranft puede ser visto en una entrevista sobre la película. Ranft ha puesto voz en todos los largometrajes de Pixar que se hicieron mientras estaba vivo, estas son las películas y personajes: También fue guionista en la película de 1987 La Tostadora Valiente y presto su voz a Elmo Saintpeters, el aparato vendedor. Sus autores favoritos eran Kurt Vonnegut, Hunter S. Muerte[editar]

QuitSmoking - Kill the Habit nov202012 QuitSmoking - Kill the Habit Publicado por Christian Dan Bejarano // // Etiquetas: 2d, publi Genial animación la de esta campaña anti-tabaco realizada para QuitSmoking por Makevisual.