8.1.08

*edit* rough and inked animation

EDIT: did a re-shoot, also adjusted the contrast 'n stuff. now it's all clean lookin'!

Agnes: i fixed the timing on the head and arm :3 thanks for pointing that out (i was bein' lazy and needed that whip xD )


*edit* here's the inked one, with felt tip pen. something is lost when the roughs are inked, but i guess it's like growing up, indeed, we all lose something...


i dunno if i should colour it frame by frame with markers, or do the digital compositing in photoshop. deliberating...deliberating...

5 comments:

agnes said...

I like it, thought there timing on the hand and head fall by the end is a bit off in my opinion.

When the bumm falls and when he yawns? Omg those are some animation jems right there xD Great job!

basset said...

yup it was very lazy timing for the unfortunate human >_> 'm gonna fix dat . thanks! :D

Limster said...

you challenge me to a battle to the death!!!!! gahhhhhhhhh!!! >_<

agnes said...

I like it much better :] And..mmmm i dunno if you've already began the coloring process, but i think doing it with markers would give it a more interesting texture. But that's just me, personally i prefer animations to have a bit of a ragged edge to them (like 101 dalmations, robin hood, or even some ghibli sequences <3), so it's just a preference. Computer's are a bit too clean for me :]

basset said...

for digital compositing i was gonna scan in a full page of marker-colouring and then fit it into every image (frame), kinda like texturing ._.
cus i'm worried that colouring by hand will result in either 1. un-even colourations due to poor craftsmanship or 2. markers will run out of in =_=;;