I finally got my chance to make a piece for a Gallery, thanks to my good friend, Chogrin. Check out the poster featuring my artwork for the show! And, if you are in New York by any chance, I think you should definitely stop by next Friday, February 7th. It's going to be amazing!
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
So I have come to the challenge to make four of my scenes fully rendered in color for my compositing class. Here are those scenes, plus an extra one for the fun of it. I'm sticking with an orange and blue color scheme overall, so if your asking yourself, "Why are the bricks blue???" that's exactly why. Thank you and I hope you enjoy them, I really can't wait for them to be moving.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Studio finals have finally come to an end and here is the result. This is my much more finished animatic for IN DA CLUB. I decided to make much much more actually animated at the last minute and I couldn't be happier with how it came out. You might notice the story was cut a bit, but I feel it made the story smoother than it was before. The sound and dialogue are still rough, but will be completely touched up and redone soon. I of course will acknowledge all my suggestion and fix everything needed to make it even stronger. But anyways, please laugh and enjoy!
Thank you to everyone who helped me over this semester.
With the hopes to eventually get to color, I created this color bible that I made to really reflect on the story. I will be using complementary colors, blue and orange, to show the clash of two sides, the Bouncer and Johnny. I also used the color blue to make the environment outside of the club rather gloomy, and I used the color orange for the inside of the club to make it appear glorious. It also makes it clear to the audience that "DA CLUB" is the object of desire. I'm sure you'll see what I'm going for here:
Here are two finished backgrounds for the film. The majority of the story takes place inside of that party lighten alley way. The first background is from the viewpoint of the Bouncer, and the second is the shot after Johnny is thrown into his car. I decided to stick to a realistic perspective and style to really make those stylized characters and props stand out, drawing the audiences attention more towards the action itself.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
It's rough rough rough, but here is the first pass of the animatic so everyone can see a general idea of the flow of the story. I'm now in the process of drawing some keys and layouts, so hopefully by the end of this semester it will look much more beautiful. Enjoy!