Thursday, 17 November 2011
Lately I've been working on this animation test for an animation company.
It's still work in progress, therefore not finished...
As it shows here I only did all the roughs so far, now I have to clean up following the model sheet of the characters, and add all the lipsync too!
So it'll take me a bit longer, but it's been fun so far. The characters are SO cute!!!
And lots of bouncy stuff to animate, which is nice.
I thought to keep a record of the various stages of this on my blog, to look back. = )
Posted by Valentina at 03:41
These are some shots I worked on for an animation project based on the work of a very famous children book's writer/illustrator (which might be very recognizable from these scenes...). A very exciting project to involved in!
Posted by Valentina at 03:05
I worked on this iPhone app at Tandem Film in August, which was for a medicine called Inovelon. It was animated by great Jeroen, a friend and colleague animator, and me and my friend Sheetal did all the clean up for it.
Really good fun, and again, working with a team of friends makes a whole lot of difference! = )
These above are two shots I worked on, amongst others...
Posted by Valentina at 02:52
I worked on this animation test to be blended with a live footage for a horror short film called 616, work in progress of a production company.
I really enjoyed it because it was something I never did before... a good challenge, and really fun!
Posted by Valentina at 02:37
I animated a scene from this fun and catchy advert for Jinny Bitbots, a new company of vinyl toys created by my friend and colleague animator and designer Jats. The advert was directed and animated by my friend and colleague Maria, a great artist indeed.
It was nice to participate to the project, and I'm glad she involved me in it!
Posted by Valentina at 02:26
Wednesday, 16 November 2011
This is "Oink", the traditional animation I worked on with great animator Elroy Simmons, for a public event which has taken place in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
I in - betweened many of his keys and composited all the dance sequences together, as it shows in the video.
It was a great project to work on, and I did learn a lot from it. Elroy is always such a great inspiration and a great teacher to me.
Posted by Valentina at 16:16
I made this animation a few months ago for a BBC project called "Webwise", consisting in a number of animated video educational guides explaining the public how to use the Internet. Like an Internet video guide for beginners.
I worked on it with a small team of animators, and we all did one video for the project. It was all supervised by one of my studio mates from my collective, so that made me enjoy it even more. Quite a fun a project to work on!
Posted by Valentina at 16:05