Thursday, 26 March 2009

A couple of Massanimation shots

Here are my Facebook Massanimation shots that didn't make the final cut. Yes, they are very short.

Models, rigs and music courtesy of Massanimation and ReelFX.

This a shot of the Daddy cello jumping down off the shelf to go and sort out the rock guitar:

This is a shot of the Daddy cello going to sort out the rock guitar and the Mummy cello jumping down to sort out the Daddy cello. Probably my favourite shot that I did.

And now it is not letting me upload any more videos . Will try to upload the rest soon.

Sunday, 8 March 2009

A Pixaresque Lamp

Here's a lamp animation that I did at the weekend which I'm really pleased with. The model was made by Escape studios who do the online course that I follow, but everything else was me. (Following their instructions though, of course! No originality or creativity on my part whatsoever.) I just keep looking at it and going "It looks like a real light! An actual shining light!"

This is approximately my 50 millionth try to get this film up - finally, it has appeared! Quality's not great, but you get the idea. It's a jumping lamp.

Model and tutorial by Escape Studios.

The Legendary Rustic Scene

It's my Rustic Scene! Finally you get to see its rustic wonder, in all its zooming out reveal glory, with your own eyes! You need imagine no more.

This was the very first CG animation I did. After spending hours creating the fruit, the bowl, the walls, the barrel and the concrete floor and then lighting it, it was pretty cool to see it all come together. It's a little blurry here, but you get the general rustic idea.

Chair model, textures and instructions by Escape Studios.

The beginning of a beautiful journey

Hello, and welcome to my first ever blog post!
As I'm constantly talking about, and trying to describe my animations to you, I decided that maybe it would be a good idea to put them in a place where you could actually see them. I may make it public later but for now I thought I'd just share it with you guys.

I hope you enjoy it, please let me know what you think of my work!

Sarah x