A composited scene from my film. I had a lot of help from my talented friends who are well-versed in this stuff: Luke, Ben, and Manu. They are so good at this stuff, I don’t know what I’d do if they weren’t kind enough to help! I would link their blogs but I’m on my phone! I’ll do a post of friends’ blogs in the future.
I noticed the timing was a little off in some parts, and the glow from the TV starts too late; these are things I will fix over the weekend. :) For now, here’s a small look! (Knowing me I’ll probably keep changing and won’t ever be satisfied with it :p)
here’s the version i submitted to the 4th year screening on wednesday! i think i’ll take this down after a day because i’m embarrassed but i wanted to give you a little peek into what i’ve been doing. enjoy :)
I knew this existed… and was just waiting for the day it showed up on my dash.
I think I am also obligated to reblog this, because I as well as many others have been simultaneously torn apart and thoroughly educated by this rockin’ lady.
nancy beiman takes none of anybody’s BS. this lady has made almost everyone in the animation program want to piss themselves in fright, but seriously has taught us a lot about storyboarding and is also one of the only teachers in our school that knows anything about the current animation industry.
she ripped apart my 4th year film story and gave me great ideas so i’ll be grateful to her always!!