An Educational Film on the Hair Growth Stages in a Male
This was my 48-hour film for CalArts ’08! The word for this year’s film fest was “Hair”. I’d been wanting to make a brochure out of this concept, but decided it would actually make a pretty entertaining educational film, and was perfect for the subject matter. When they said 48 hours, they meant 48 hours with a week for editing. Initially, animating this took 3 days– sandwiched between classes and homework, plus an extra hour for voicing (which, unfortunately, took an hour; I was told the next day that people could hear me in the dorm halls and were wondering what was going on!)
I should also mention that my friends won’t let me get away with saying “gravity” anymore. I have to say “GWAVITY!” else I get scolded *cough, cough, CARLOS! cough*.
Enjoy and be enlightened 😀
Read on for Work-in-Progress pictures!
Christmas cards are going to be sooo cool this year.
Just did a print-a-thon; hopefully 100 should be enough for family and friends 😀
There you go, and there you have it! My BFA-1 first semester film here at CalArts!
Total frames: 330
Total hours: …………………a lot!
Fun factor: 9.5, easily!
Happy holidays, everyone! 🙂
This piece is 10″x60″. Drew it with NuPastel; ~8-9 hours or so. (Final for my Color and Design class!) This piece had to have rhythm, repetition and draw the eye through the piece as it progresses to the right.
NOTE: Please visit the video’s YouTube page itself and view it in High Quality to see the actual animation! Otherwise, the default lo-res version doesn’t portray anything but a moving muddle of mush….
A quick, not-too-terribly-smooth flip test of my soon-to-be-uploaded-to-Youtube-so-the-world-can-see first semester film, Butterflight. This is only a minor cleaned-up segment. Check back next Thursday for the entire film 😀