The bed sheet cloth physics was an ordeal, but now that I finally got it I'm ready to animate. The first scene will be the ones with the bed sheet so I can get that out of the way.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Monday, March 25, 2013
Sunday, March 24, 2013
I tried to give each card a different style, and each one says something on the inside and has signatures. The signatures may not be visible in the film except at a certain angle, but just in case the camera hits that angle or further, I didn't want to have nothing inside.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Monday, March 18, 2013
In about 3 days the hospital room has been made and is ready for texturing, a personal record which I hope will only get better. I took my time to add detail including sprinklers, a fire alarm, and latches on the window. creating these sets is becoming a lot of fun.
Friday, March 15, 2013
After adjusting the lights on the sets for the animated projected "The Grim", I came back to the waiting room and finally got the lighting the way I wanted. Now the light looks like it's coming in through the window and the waiting room has a gloomy look to it. It's always good to design the room around your main character's view point, and that goes for lighting. This is a place Dana doesn't like being, and I want the color scheme and lighting to convey a depression in the environment.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Saturday, March 2, 2013
I just finished building the interior of the cabin. Now I just need to furnish it. Put in some shelves. Maybe some curtains. Building these sets remind me of when I was a kid, making houses in my room from foamcore and cardboard. I don't mean like doll houses, I once made the neighborhood from the peanuts, and another time built Gotham city which included a crime alley between a dresser and a cardboard building, Wayne Tower, and a batcave that I made under my bed. The city and neighborhood were crude, but I was like 8. I loved building little worlds and I guess I'm still doing the same thing today. The only real difference is now I'm not taking up all the walking space in a bedroom to make them.