Where has the time gone? I remember seeing the ad for the site in American Cinematographer magazine like it was a day ago!
In terms of my animation work I guess it breaks down something like this:
3D Modelling & Animation takes place in Cheetah 3D. A Mac only app it represents great...
Hi Kim and all
Nice to see the forum's retro spring clean.
I'm still working away; got a new animation project underway.
I recently attended a series of great Animation Workshops run by Northern Ireland Screen: fascinating stuff. There's so much I recognise I don't know but I hope I never...
I've just discovered that vimeo embed videos have compatibility problems on certain browsers.
The vid is also available directly here:
Sorry for any frustration this may have caused.
It's been a long time coming but my animated vid, Here To Go, is finally ready for viewing.
Inspired by the hero's journey from world mythology, it's an experimental, punk fairytale:
It can be seen here:
Hopefully you can see the flashing or popping of a residual after image in the clip.
It's a result of the clashing of colours and compositions I've used. I just wondered if there would be a way to manipulate and turn it down.
Here's stills in sequence from the scene causing the bother.
It's probably down to design flaws on may part.
I just wondered if there is a a way to minimise clashing between the outgoing and incoming shots.
I've been working on an animated project for four years now and I am putting the finishing touches to the fine cut.
I have a couple of shots where the outgoing shot is popping or ghosting over the incoming shot.
I really know very little about this end of things and I hope I'm using...
Haven't been around in a long, long while.
Here are some links to some recent work that members may find interesting.
I've been working on an animation project, Here To Go, for about four years now. I have a script (developed at Queen's University, Belfast) with a full storyboard and...
Here's a Quicktime presentation of the storyboard from an unmade epic of mine brought back to life by the gift of a new scanner for Christmas.
i've spent seven illuminating weeks receiving lectures on and researching the history and terminology behind mise-en-scene, cinematography, editing, sound etc and I would say its been a highly valuable experience. I definitely have a much more rounded concept of the engine of cinema. it's a...
Sorry for the delay in seeing your message.
The web host claimed there was a dos attack on the server. I suppose too many people accessing the clip in too short a time frame could also be responsible.
BTW, I got accepted to study Film at degree level at Queen's, Belfast.