Lydia and I Worked on the sounds and editing to try and make the film better. Some things still need tweaked but overall we think it’s an improvement on the first version.
This is the version of the film shown to our class and tutors on Tuesday, along with this powerpoint presentation. Overall our work was well received but we did get some feedback on what could be improved: ANIMATION It was pointed out that their were some issues with weighting and rigging in the animation, such as… Continue reading Terrence and Lamar – Showing and Feedback
When developing the setting and characters further, I wanted to look into the facts behind a scientific basis for our designs. I started by looking into different species of octopus, and decided the giant pacific octopus (the largest species) was the best fit for our character Lamar. The giant pacific octopus is found in the northern… Continue reading Terrence and Lamar: Research and Design
TEAMMATES – Lydia McDowell, Maggie McDermott, James Goodwin For our 30-second animation project I am very happy to be in this team as I am on good terms with everyone and know they are very skilled all-round, especially with Maya which I continue to struggle with. Our animation is based on an idea that Lydia… Continue reading Assignment 3 – Animated Short “Terrence and Lamar”
I am very interested in the depiction of both action and visual comedy, especially when the two are combined. Perhaps this seems immature, but I really enjoy those playful kinds of works that are ‘cool’ but aren’t afraid to crack a joke either! This is something I have been looking into in my own time and… Continue reading Slapstick, Setup and Visual Action Comedy