#1 09-18-2017 11:01 pm

Krios
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Animatic analysis anyone?

Hello gang!

Anyone in the mood to check out an early stage animatic?
Feedback on improving it would not only be immensely appreciated, but would also earn you a spot in the credits :]

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Thanks for your time!

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#2 09-26-2017 2:02 pm

Slothsin
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

Hey i am underqualified and an extreme newbie to give you a feedback.. all i can say is that the camera work and staging looks great and to be honest this is my first time watching a stage animatic and i learnt many things from it smile looking forward to see the finished scene big_smile

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#3 09-26-2017 4:17 pm

Krios
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

Slothsin wrote:

...looking forward to see the finished scene big_smile

Glad you could find this post useful Slothsin.  If you wanna keep an eye on the progress of this project, check out the post in Making a Short Film:  http://www.11secondclub.com/forum/viewt … p?id=32277

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#4 09-26-2017 4:41 pm

Slothsin
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

i just watched all the animatics and i know its a stupid question but.. how can i learn that level of blocking and camera work.. its such a great work..

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#5 09-26-2017 5:09 pm

Krios
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

There is no such a thing as a stupid question when it comes to learning  ;]

The above scene is basically one 3D file, all the shots are figured out in the 3D
program as opposed to video editing. Basically it starts out with the first shot
where all the characters are in their place.  Then the camera follows who ever
is talking.  Expressions and body language is figured out based on dialogue. 
This makes it easy for the director to see what is going on and for the animator
to adjust things as the animation is worked out.

If you want to learn and experiment with this style, just load in some audio and
work out the interaction between two characters only with poses (also known as
pose-to-pose). The only trick:  don't put blank frames between your poses! That
makes about as much sense as putting blank pages between key drawings  ;]

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#6 09-27-2017 4:54 am

Slothsin
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

i will try it for sure and thanks for the tip.. actually i do need to make an acting scene for my showreel too.. so according to you i should block the poses of the models according to the audio and nail that first? will need your guidance in that for sure big_smile

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#7 09-27-2017 3:41 pm

Krios
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

Feel free to send me an email, and we can talk shop in more detail: kriosem at protonmail dot com

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#8 09-28-2017 5:28 am

Slothsin
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Re: Animatic analysis anyone?

Sure i will!

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