This is an entertaining and pretty informative little tutorial made by Adam Phillips, of Bitey.com showing you how to animate a splash in 2D.
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Here is a cool master class on ANIMATING ANIMALS by WILLIAM G of Tippet studios. Enjoy the video
Posted by damncreative at 7:32 PM
Monday, January 16, 2012
Join us on the 18th as we demonstrate the making of Sharukh Khan - Demo by Ruturaj ArolkarCheers
Posted by damncreative at 8:41 PM
Hey guys, I had animated a shot for the AnimRigs contest some 6 months back and had recently asked AnimSchool to do a review on it. Now here's the review by the superawesome Pixar animator Mark Harris!! BIG thanks to AnimSchool and of course Mark Harris for doing this. The review is amazing and it really opened my eyes to a lot of mistakes that I've been making obliviously. Check it out!!
Posted by Dapoon at 9:14 AM
Friday, January 13, 2012
Seminar and Live Demo - 18th January @ Animation and Art School Goa.Cheers
Posted by damncreative at 7:20 PM
Thursday, January 5, 2012
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS!!
It gives me immense pleasure to kick start this New Year on this blog with this wonderful film I was a part of. It's my first ever experience to work in a production on a global scale (online). Although I worked on only ONE shot, I did learn an enormous lot, thanks to the awesomely talented (and patient) director Michael Cawood! (Here's the entire thread on the WIPs along with Mike's notes if you'd like to read.)
BTW this entire film was made based purely on sheer volunteer work. That's right, no budget!! It's amazing what a team can achieve given the right direction.
Another reason why this film is special to me is because it came to me as a boon during my bed rest period. Due to my accident, I lost my job and I was looking for that one opportunity to prove my mettle. Things looked bleak because I physically couldn't go to work anywhere. And nothing really challenging came my way via freelance!
That's when I stumbled upon this project and since then, there's been no looking back! My friend Sathya deserves a special mention here for introducing me to it. :)
So I really thank Mike for taking me in and giving me this golden opportunity to be a part of a global team.
Looking forward to being a part of more of such great adventures.
P.S. The film is translated to different languages on YouTube. Just click on the 'CC' button.
Posted by Dapoon at 10:32 AM