Sunday, September 26, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
Drawing from a live model was refreshing but at the same time it was hot and humid. I really got the hang of drawing roughly as the pose progresses. What I don't like about this, is the overlaps. I understand that the action occurs at one spot sometimes but the whole overlap makes the image looked jumbled up and confusing. it's hard to make out some of figure on the right since there is little movement. I prefer the individual sheets because it isolates the poses.
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Friday, September 10, 2010
My aproach was to go with the flow. I started out with little simple figures and started to morph them. I couldn't think of any good ideas on the spot and I ddn't want to plan it. I felt the content was too simple and boring so I just kept adding, such as the part with the tongue. I added the bunny after I did the animating for the tongue scene to activate more of the space. I felt like there wasn't enough going on for the most part and I wanted to add more, but time was running out. At least the morphing back to the museum was nice.