I forgot to mention- Please download the powerpoint in order to view videos!
Very interesting Idea. I like that you are drawing inspiration from a film that we saw in class. I would have liked to have seen what you had so far or even hear yourself recorded discussing about your project, but technical issues are understandable. It sounds like you are putting a lot of work into the project and can not wait to see what you have for us.
I too look forward to seeing this project just because of how fluid you’re attempting to make it. Unfortunately, none of the videos loaded for me so I can’t really comment on your progress, but it sounds really cool to me in concept, and yeah, I’m looking forward to it.
I like how your technique progressed as you continued to work on your project. You stated that you started using different brush techniques into the film and how you also changed the style of the drawing itself as your progressed. For my project we ran into similar instances where we felt it necessary to sort of change up the style a bit in order to better fit the narrative or aesthetic. Even though your project will be short in terms of time, I don’t think that will take away from the amount of effort you are putting into the finished piece. I’m curious to see the final product on Friday.
Sounds like the contour drawing of the people was a smart choice to save time.
I still have very little idea what your animation will be like.
I like that you are approaching this with different techniques as it shows that you are experimenting with various ways to do things. I think that you are headed on the right path and that this has the potential to become a very well made piece. The slideshow was clear to me and it definitely is a work in progress. Keep up the good work.
The process is well thought out, as it would be difficult otherwise doing the pro., but nevertheless very cool designs and drawing in general. I saw what you could do last semester, and let me tell you, that was so cool to see. I like your anime influences and can’t wait to check out more of your work. IF i ever find you on fb you should consider posting if you already haven’t, because they’re cool.
Your idea was very well conceived and I’m very interested to how it will turn out. Although, I wish you just could’ve gone into a bit more deail. Unfortunately, I couldn’t view the videos either, so maybe I could’ve gotten that idea pushed more if I was fortunate enough to.
From what I could see, it seems very interesting and looks super pretty. Unfortunately, even after downloading the powerpoint I was unable to see the video. That might be my craptop or poor connection though, so I’ll try again!
This is such a neat idea and I am super excited to see the finished product! While doing it in detail would be really beautiful, I think your eventual decision to simplify it will allow for a closer study of body movements. The minimal detail will allow us to view it as “parts moving in a space in arcs and motions” as opposed to “people dancing”, which will be really cool. Also even if you do simplify it to fifteen frames a second, kudos for doing all the work! That is not an easy task!
I’m really excited to see this animation, I have watched very few animations done in rotoscope but I think the process is really cool. I’m also interested to know how long it takes to complete, as a friend of mine did it once and it was pretty time consuming.
For some reason I was unable to download powerpoint but from I saw I your idea for the animation seems very unique.
A very bold choice to work with drawings, something I’ve always wanted to do by the work is so tedious. I hope I can see the final project, it sounds like it will be very unique. Sorry to hear about your after effects trouble, hang in there!
I read your powerpoint, the videos did not work for me. You seem like you know what you are doing. I really love rotoscopes so I am excited to see what you have put together.
I wish I had seen the download to the videos, but I am commenting too late to watch. I really want to see the finished project because tracing looks beautiful when done well, in my opinion.
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