Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Happy Season Holidays!

Animated in Flash CS3 (in a week)
Lesson learned from working on this clip:
-doing in-betweens are annoying... clean up drawings are SUPER annoying! (side effects from animating with computer all the time)
-I was trying to keep the story and character simple, but still took a long time/effort to do
-an idea for 10-15sec animation ALWAYS turned out (at least) double the time length
-should start planning and working on the shot in Nov instead of Dec! (sorry for not able to do all inbetweens and coloring >x<)

-I still LOVE Animating!! either hand-drawn, FLASH or Maya!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Something That I Want (at the WDAS)

I've never know I can be this obsessed with Disney's Tangled!!
This is a great Disney Animation Studio tour + all Tangled staff music video =D

If you haven't watched Tangled yet, GO WATCH IT! and Go live your DREAM!

Monday, December 06, 2010

I'm back =D

Two weeks ago, I went to CTN Animation Expo in Burbank, then visited San Francisco for a week. It was a very inspiring trip! The greatest highlight of the trip was able to visit Disney Animation Studio in Burbank!! (My mentor from Animation Mentor works at Disney Studio =D) I also visited a lot of museums and galleries in SF: Pixar exhibition at Oakland Museum, Disney Family Museum, Japanese Tea Gallery, California Academy of Science, Modern Arts Museum, Cartoon Arts Museum... It was great to have a "art/animation-related" field trip =D
I will put up some photos and artbooks that I got in the trip later.
I guess my only regret is didn't get a chance to visit Pixar studio (not even the front gate)... I might just keep Pixar studio in my fantasy in the moment. Someday, I would get there with my own hands!

This life drawing session was before I went to the trip, probably 3-4 wks ago.

I just love Dr. Sketchy! Drawing costume always feels better than nude people. This one is from today (last night).
Animation School
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