#1 01-13-2018 10:43 pm

Krios
Registered: 09-02-2017
Posts: 31

Walking against wind

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We're on our way now! Here's the first finished clip to give you an idea of what the final animation will look like fully rendered and animated.

This scene is a "flash-forward", the part where Psyche is sent by Aphrodite to the underworld to fetch the goddess a beauty balm. The only way Psyche knows how to get to the underworld, is to jump off something high. In the original story it was a tower, but in this case, a cliff will do as well.

Will she do it? Will she jump? Stay tuned and find out...

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#2 01-15-2018 5:25 am

Kai
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From: Singapore
Registered: 06-21-2007
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Re: Walking against wind

very coool!!  The only thing I felt is lack of wind on the surrounding. Hmm.. It will be so cool if everything else is pushed by the GUST! Overally, I really like the idea and the story tension.. just felt the force deterring her is not visually forceful.

Hope to see more!!

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#3 01-15-2018 5:03 pm

Krios
Registered: 09-02-2017
Posts: 31

Re: Walking against wind

Thank you kindly for your feedback Kai. 
Several people suggested leafs or particles being blown around to better establish the wind.

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#4 01-16-2018 6:59 am

AmJam
From: California, USA
Registered: 01-06-2018
Posts: 14

Re: Walking against wind

Neat, I like it! Apart from the background already mentioned I think the cloth should be completely compressed and conformed to the legs at the front of the legs, almost like treading through a substance to sell a "hard wind" effect. Only at the wide shot between 0:25-0:30 does the hard wind illusion fall apart because of a small front cloth flow and a slow rear cloth flow.
Acting-wise I think she's got a small stance and is walking slightly taller than someone "fighting" a strong gust. Perhaps a slight shudder reacting marginally to a "cold and windier night than usual, because I don't often do this sort of thing" adding to the building of physical elements and mysteriousness. I see the eyes squint and I like it, but I want the ambient temperature too.

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#5 01-17-2018 12:00 am

thrawnthebaneful
Registered: 05-07-2016
Posts: 54

Re: Walking against wind

Beautiful piece! I could really feel her will to push forward for a goal of sorts, but found herself in a strange place and at the end feeling a leap of faith feel, perhaps even suicidal. Wonderful animation and great weight in the wings of the butterfly at the beginning also smile Cant wait to see the rest!

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#7 01-17-2018 11:33 am

Douglasasten
Registered: 01-11-2018
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Re: Walking against wind

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