Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Animation Process at my studio


I wrote a blog for the animation process in Poisonville

http://en.board.bigpoint.com/poisonville/showthread.php?t=216689#post1228340

Playboy


http://www.playboy.de/poisonville

I posed the charcaters for are playboys miss poionville

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Solid Breakdowns


Some notes I've taken from Eric Goldberg's book: Character Animation Crash Course










Having the ability to place a breakdown in exactly the right position can give you automatic overlap. Don't forget your cushion IN and cushion OUT.
With the correct breakdown your work can be planned for ease of excution and maximum effectiveness.

Have your arc in the breakdown
Have your slow in/ slow out in your breakdown.
(pay attention when blocking)

The breakdown is what can add interest to a basic movement.
The arcs, delays, paths of action are in the breakdown are reflected in the entire move.

So your not going going A -> B -> C, your going A-> F -> C To get the right result animation it is not straight forward, it is planning!


If the keys are what the character is doing. The breakdown is how the charachter does it.
The breakdown can show/ sell any kind of emotion, fear, happyness, curious, cautiousness.

Monday, 1 March 2010

Saturday, 6 February 2010

You met her?



quick update on current shot

Sunday, 31 January 2010

Investers pull the plug.


The Investers pull the plug on the game, 50-70% of the staff gone in 2 days.My Berlin journey has came to a premature ending, Never the less onwards and upwards, Animator for Hire!

Monday, 18 January 2010

Berlin Berlin

No post as I've moved to Berlin. It's been mental busy.

Im currently working here.