If any of you was wondering how my Adieu animation went, here is how one of them looked like when I was all done. I did 4 animations in all, this was just the one that took the longest. This is RegularJOE performing a very dramatic death scene on stage. This is about 89 drawings and it took me days to complete, but it was well totall worth it.
I love animating! I hope you guys like how it turned out! I'll hopefully be uploading the other 3 small animations I did as well later on!
Keep on RECording!
P.S. If anyone wants to REmix this I highly suggest downloading the ZIP file from my "Adieu Frames 525-612" record here. That way the final image will be much better quality for of a video! It's the exact same animation just a higher resolution and split up into all of the separate images/frames
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Thanks again <3
Here's the "semi-final" version of the Short-Film (there is still some color correction to do)!
I fixed the little mistakes, added and changed some background elements, and adapted the end so it matches with the original script.
Thank you so much for your awesome support on my rough cut! :-)
Script idea. (Not fleshed out)
Live action of girl reading.
Cartoon of her living in the fantasy world of her mind as she ima...
I added shades and textures to minidynz's awesome props.
Not sure if we wanted to keep the settings as just line drawings... but I remixed it anyways! :-)
Harry has a workbench in the office where he keeps some of his cool discoveries and tinkers with them. Did he cobble together this video viewer or did one of his captors? They will find cool stuff here, including several vintage items and musical instruments that Harry rescued. What's that, a hitRECord button?
I included some T.R.A.S.H. props and some other stuff that may look familiar. The clip on the screen and most of the audio is from 12.42's recent (and awesome) edit. Please see the resources for many other great items.
Built and rendered in 3ds max. Edited in Premiere. I can upload an uncompressed .avi if that's helpful. Enjoy.