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Thursday 29 October 2015

Rapid Wrap

For the past few months I've been working on a research project at the University of Dundee - making an information film about what to do if you're recovering from a heart attack. That probably sounds quite serious but it has actually been fun, we are trying to give people the information through animation and humour. Here's the last piece of animation I did for the project, created in flash, (the gif has messed up the colours). It was really nice to do some traditional animation again. The character design is by Tom Paxton, and the film was directed by Kieran Duncan. Hopefully I'll be able to show it in full soon.

Thursday 8 October 2015

Favours and Inbetweens, feel the difference.

A short video made for an animation class to demonstrate the difference between a direct inbetween and an inbetween favouring a pose in a two frame move. All the eye darts take two frames. The ones before the blink are direct inbetweens, the ones after favour the first pose. The favours not only appear smoother but have more life to them too.