Thursday, October 13, 2011

Drawing For Animation

Frederick Villumsen (www.noerlum.com/tg-2010.html) and Henrik Soenniksen (www.henrik-soenniksen.blogspot.com) taught and supervised us on the assignment of creating a scene with Stitch trying to get a fruit hanging from a tree. We planned everything ahead and learned how to structure our workflow. In my story, Stitch builds up a sand hill to reach the fruit. Here are some sketches of my storytelling key drawings.



And this is my First Animation Key Pass: This is not the final timing, it is just a try to check the Storytelling Keys and the Keys inbetween those. There are no inbetweens or breakdowns yet, we are still planning and redoing some poses.
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This is the Second version:
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And this is the final version with the 2nd Animation Pass. I struggled to connect the flow during some of the animation and I will have to touch up some drawings so that they are on model.
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We also had animation croquis every day (good exercise), which was sketching a frame from the Lilo&Stitch movie and then moving on to the next one. Each sketch is 30-60 seconds, here is an example of the part where Stitch takes the bottle from Lilo and throws it away:
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