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 Post subject: Roger's Animation Sketchbook
PostPosted: Wed Apr 20, 2011 12:45 am 
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Hello!! I've decided to get some extra animation practice in by having an 'animation' sketchbook, where I animate for 1hr or less and see what I end up with. If I set that limit, then I'll actually take the time to practice!

Some stuff will be from reference, some will be created from scratch. Whatever takes my fancy!

Tonights effort...
Animation: a forward flip.
Time: 1hr 2mins

Reference from Youtube.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 2:44 am 
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Dude jumping between some rocks.

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 Post subject: Re: Roger's '1 hour' Animation Sketchbook
PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:52 am 
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hehehe I always liked your style Rog, makes me smile almost every time ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Roger's '1 hour' Animation Sketchbook
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hehehe I always liked your style Rog, makes me smile almost every time ;)

Almost? I'm gonna have to work harder!

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I'd hate to give you false pride :P

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 Post subject: Re: Roger's '1 hour' Animation Sketchbook
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great idea with the animation sketchbook, when I saw the guy on the rocks I automatically thought of a parody of man vs wild would be so funny.

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evoboy wrote:
I'd hate to give you false pride :P

:cry: I love false pride.

Ahchu wrote:
great idea with the animation sketchbook, when I saw the guy on the rocks I automatically thought of a parody of man vs wild would be so funny.

That's an awesome show! I like the one where he's trying to walk over ice (maybe a glacier?) and it's too slippery, so his solution is to put his socks on the outside of his boots for grip. Genius!

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Box lift!

Spent the whole 1hr on it... and he almost makes it! Blocked in a bit of 'follow through' as I went.

Went for exaggerated poses and snappy action. :grin:


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Worzel wrote:
... Went for exaggerated poses and snappy action ...



Succeeded.

Also, love those facial expressions

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Love the last pose :mrgreen:


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This is awesome worzel i love the idea, those are some nice clips so far!

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 Post subject: Re: Roger's '1 hour' Animation Sketchbook
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Worzel wrote:
... Went for exaggerated poses and snappy action ...

Succeeded.

Also, love those facial expressions
There needs to be a "Like" button. I would "like" that.

These are fun Roger, wish I could animate that much in an hour. :smilethumbsup: Poor rock climbing guy.:(


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There needs to be a "Like" button. I would "like" that.

yea I would "like" that.


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 Post subject: Re: Roger's '1 hour' Animation Sketchbook
PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2011 9:47 pm 
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Awesome animations,

In the awkward Bok lift,In the begining when he suddenly jumps,I thought of having some anticipation in the head,some weight shift.I know its blocking,but dont know jst felt..

The guy doing flip jump makes me feel like roberto carlos doing a flip after a banana swing


Its so cool.hope to see the complete episode.

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A little random animation I did last night (for 'rigging' class today), to demonstrate how this machine worked. Spent a couple of hours on it. Wanted to have it look around at the end, but ran out of time, so just had the 'surprise' reaction.

:grin:

I should really do more short animations and revive this topic...



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