Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Clay test of Dissapointment...but I broke 4:00 Minuets

Hey guys,

heres the test....I really was dissapointed with this test but I honestly wasnt in the right state of mind when I created it. My focus was not up to par.



either way Ill share it with you and am glad to say I have now officially animated clay. Ive broken that barrier and will try again.

Other wise....the Film is going AWESOME!! IM at 4:00 Minuets of {I think} Quality animation. And Im at the next stage of my Film. {The 2d animation Stage} Ive been looking Forward to this for a while.

I have greatly been missing the freedom and Forgivefullness of the 2d medium. I can lay down some Key poses....come back a day or 2 later and adjust them or do some breakdowns inbetweens...anything. Its pretty fun stuff!

I Have had to take some extra work recently and will have to put the film on the backburner for about a month. This works perfectly with the hit and run on the 2d sections.

Ill keep ya updated.

jriggity

14 comments:

Pram said...

HA!!! That was awesome, man! I don't know why you aren't proud of it.

Jeffro said...

Awesome! The head totally looks like you too. I dig it.

Craig Harris said...

Classic and a winner!!! Very cool man.

Brian said...

I think it works.

Khang Pham said...

if you pick your nose with the real hand, it would be more awsome :)

Brian Oakley said...

VERY NICE!!! I think it was pretty well done.

mefull said...

Just great!

Darkstrider said...

Awesome!!!! I was wondering what the clay head was for.

Ken A. Priebe said...

Dude, Justin....you are an inspiration. Filmmaking as a family affair; nice work.

Ryan McCulloch said...

The edges of your charcter are so smooth, you can't even tell it's been blue screened. This is some awesome work.

Shelley Noble said...

Hee hee hee, that was great! Now everyone can see for themselves how adorable A is too. A classic Riggity clip.

Kevin MacLean said...

That was cool!

TonyC. said...

NICE!! That was amazing. How did you animate that wonderful girl? I mean, Disney did Audioanimatronics, but this!!

Pram said...

How did you animate the lipsync, anyway? Doing a straight through mouth is the hardest way to approach the dialog.

I can't see replacement seams or where you would have had to smooth anything in this!