It’s early in the semester and I’m still gathering my books for class. Here’s an animation rendition of how I got one of them.
Animation is one of those forms where one can SEE the work put in it. I’ve been inspired by some fantastic hand drawn animations lately, such as the one here, and I’d thought I’d give it a try.
Hope everyone had a fun Halloween! I did anyway. Costumes, trick-or-treating, and parties are fun and all, but I wanted to try something different. I wanted to actually scare people this year and not as in hide behind a bush and jump out at kids walking by, but make an animation that can leave a viewer in chills. Here’s what I was working on for the last month!
I animated the character using Paper Cutout Animation. After I animated the character I took him in After Effects and put him in a scene that fit his style. The audio was recorded in Pro Tools by a very good friend of mine who can play violin like a boss.
I’ve been experimenting with different types of animation and my most recent project was Digital Animation in Photoshop. Afterwards, I took it in After Effects and added sound to it. Here’s the final product.