I DID IT! I FINALLY FINISHED! Now I’ve got that out of the way, I can finally introduce to the world my final version of “The Tale of Bloody Buckets.” Hope y’all enjoy it and I hope I can keep from fiddling with it now it’s posted.
For this chunk of the assignment, I’m going to lay out my story script along with the main images I’ll base my animatic on. The Tale of Bloody Buckets Scene 1 Sheriff Johnson drives in his car towards Wallace. 1950’s gospel music plays in the background over old speakers. Occasionally, a voice comes overContinue reading “Assignment 6 Part Deux”
For this assignment, we are creating an animatic storyboard of an original story we will create. I’ve chosen to tell a bit of the story of Bloody Buckets, a family ghost story first told by my grandfather, Jerry Martin, also the protagonist in my tale. In part one, we were to create a walking cycle,Continue reading “Assignment 6 Part 1- Walking Motion Cycle”
For this assignment, we were to create an animated PSA along with the storyboard and soundtrack accompanying it. I adhered fairly closely to the storyboard in terms of design and layout but moved away in some areas for emphasis or closeups. Or because I decided to over-complicate the entire project and more than double theContinue reading “Assignment 5: Animated PSA”
For this assignment, we were to create two animation sequences showing the “squash and stretch” principle of animation using Adobe Animate. We also created a more complex animation with sound effects. Because they’re fun.
For this assignment, we were to create a storyboard in Photoshop based on the characters and environment we created. In Scene 1 (The Title Scene), there’s… the title. Technically an establishing shot, I suppose, it sets the scene in King Hugo’s throne room/swingin’ bachelor pad. In Scene 2, King Hugo the Nominally Intelligent has justContinue reading “Basic Animation Assignment 3- Storyboard”
For assignment 2, we were to create an environment to have our characters interact in. As I wound up with a king as my main protagonist, I decided to set the scene in King Hugo the Nominally Intelligent’s throne room. Well, we can’t very well slap our cartoon characters into a photographic background now, canContinue reading “Basic Animation Assignment 2- Character Environment”
This is the first post I’ve made about my Basic Animation class. For assignment one, we were to pull six character images for inspiration. I chose Hugo the Abominable Snowman, Henchman 21, the Juggernaut, the Monarch, Batman, and Marvin the Martian. Then we studied the basic outlines and contour lines. Then we didContinue reading “Basic Animation Assignments 1”