Sunday, 2 May 2010

Ah, the last couple of weeks have been pretty damn intense, but what else should I expect from moving image.

This time we were creating 30 second films using pixilation under the project title "Supernatural." For those of you who don't know, pixilation is basically stop motion with people, I didn't know that myself until a few months ago.

Here we go:

If spaghetti westerns...

...had involved deities...

...they may have looked a little like this.

We were working in pairs again, and luckily I got to work with my good comrade Caspar. It was pretty cool spending time both in front of and behind the camera! We spent two sleepless nights living on a rooftop in order to shoot this, along with many more sleep deprived days & nights working. I think all our work paid off. Caspar and I made a good team.

At the start of the uni year I was so focused on specialising in illustration... but the more work I do I find myself not looking so out of place in an animation studio. It's gonna be quite tough choosing between illustration and moving image, as I'm besotted with them both.

1 comment:

  1. That is really cool! Your stuff in Moving Image is always really good :)