Wednesday, April 18, 2007

break from thesis

...actually, not really. breaks don't exist. but i do get really annoyed now and then animating the same two characters day in and day out, so i ruffed this out in about an hour last night just to loosen up and have a little fun:



it's animated in plastic animation paper, which i highly suggest all you animators check out. right now they're still working on the mac version tho, sowwie. it's a great little program right now, and i can work so fast in it that half of my thesis film is being done with its aid.

in past events, i also went to go see Meet the Robinsons on the 9th this month. i was going to write a long review on it but i've realized i've been wasting too much energy doing so. i'll just leave all of you to determine for yourselves whether it's good or not, and i'm sure many of you are familiar as to my opinion of it, but for record i gave it a rating of 6 out of 10.

10 comments:

Piotr said...

nice so nice! i got found the MAC test version, which can at least et Apple biter's started: http://www.plasticanimationpaper.dk/files/PAP4.0_INTEL_TEST3.dmg

i need to get a bigger screen! rooar!

the plummer said...

wow piotr....were you drunk when you typed that?!?

el said...

That is absolutely awesome. I love how you have shorthand for dinosaurs. You're nuts. :]

Andrew Coats said...

nice! Great power in that roar pose, and I like the tongue unfolding.

Kalika said...

http://www.plasticanimationpaper.dk/files/PAP4.0_INTEL_TEST.dmg

Scott Elyard said...

Hot and cold running marvellous!

ken said...

awesome blog and awesome animation!

David Nethery said...

I'm curious to try PAP when the Mac version is finally released.

Have you tried TVPaint ?

I really like it a lot .
I doubt I'd switch to PAP , but I definitely want to try it .


http://www.tvpaint.com

Nick Sung said...

Wow! That was a really great line test!

Laina said...

Keep up the good work.