Saturday, September 20, 2014

Can't find Neth's E-Mail

Here's a SyncSketch to comment on! This was my first blocking pass, I am having some issues with FK/IK switching, and for some reason when I parented a pole to his wrist control it duplicated (ended up getting rid of the pole).

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

I was trying different facial expressions when Malcolm is switching from one position to another, I need to know if I am on the right path or not :) Any comment will be appreciated. Thanks!

Oh, also the arm drop in the beginning, does it feel right? I've been looking at it for the past 4 hours so I can't tell anymore...

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Welcome to WOA

It was great meeting everyone yesterday, and looking forward to seeing everyone's animation. Please let me know if you have any questions about anything at all.

For Thursday's class, remember to bring your demo reel or shots you've done in the past, so I could see the level you're at.



Monday, February 24, 2014

frame by frame

hey guys heres the link to the blog i mention in class the other day. she uploads smalls gifs of animation and breaks them down frame by frame

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Sharing is caring.

Something nice to share! It's a post about sports movement frame by frame. Enjoy!

Link >>  The Sochi Olympics, Frame by Frame

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Jacob Moreno: Sit to Stand -- Second Pass

Sum : Seek for Ideas!

Hey Guys! It's me Sum. I am showing here the front part of my animation which I am working on. I changed the girl acting in the beginning and I don't know if this is getting any better. 

I tone down the movement of the guy, and I add this hand little movement for the girl to show she is very excited. At the end I make her raise her both arm as Neth suggested. 

What I am now figuring is that should I remain the action of the girl pressing the guy's cap with her right hand and cause him loses his vision? Which is the reason why he struggle at the beginning and both of them started to lose balance? 

Or should I take this part out (her hand press on his cap), and show that he is struggling because of her big movement and then they off balance? Or I should just remain both? Any suggestions?

Thanks and looking forward for everyone's reply! :) Have a nice weekend though~

Friday, February 7, 2014

Sharing is caring!

Hi guys, I am Sum! I am not sure if anyone else have seen this before but I think it is good to share it here. This is a video from Ted Ed talking about timing & spacing, I think they explain it very well and clear. Enjoy! :)