Thursday, September 23, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
I've never done figure drawing in any sort of formal manner before. Today was a real education, especially given our short time limit. We had to completely capture the form and/or movement/gesture in a minute or two. It was particularly difficult from my vantage point. The overlapping action overlapped a bit too much, such that it became unclear where one form begins and another ends. I drew two little maps to assist me in discerning the jumbled shapes later. Exhausting. It reminded me of a Simpsons joke about having tried to do a live animated show, but the animator's hands kept cramping up.
Posted by Jeff Morice at 9/16/2010 03:27:00 PM
Thursday, September 9, 2010
KCAI Anim Metamorphosis from Jeff Morice on Vimeo.
I very much enjoyed animating this sequence. Playing with perspective was fun, but time consuming. At first, after seeing others' work during the week, I felt as though I had gotten carried away with the first transformation. Exciting ideas kept popping into my head, which kept me committed to that lengthy sequence. I was really excited to just let the animation flow, but I'm a planner. I will be doing other metamorphoses. Hopefully a lack of bookends will allow me to let loose. All my worrying aside, when I saw the sequence completed, I was very satisfied with how smooth it was.
Posted by Jeff Morice at 9/09/2010 03:26:00 PM