40 second horror short. Best cure for a hangover? Making shorts :P
Okay, during breaks from filming my Stay Away animation (yes, it is happening, it's just taking a while) i've decided to have a go at colouring mariel_S's great 'Slurpee' animation. I thought i'd do a quick test and see what people think (instead of spending hours doing it and realising it could have been better). So this is my very first, very quick test colour for the first of three-hundred frames.
Any feedback or suggestions will be greatly appreciated and taken onboard. Do you think the colours work, or would something work better? I kept the characters hair the same as their shoes to save time when colouring, Would if be more effective if they were diffrent? Do the shades of the colours suit drawing style, or should they be brighter/darker?I could add a background colour so that people can key it out to add their own backgrounds, let me know what you think. Thanks y'all.
This started out as an assignment I did for class. I was suppose to eavesdrop on a stranger's conversation and create an illustration based on the words. There is version with text as well.
"I kept crying, like seriously - I cried for days on end. It was super depressing, everywhere I looked I saw my fish." -random preteen girl
I added some sound effects and slightly revised the timing of mariel_S's "Slurpee" animation.
I've been revisiting a lot of old pieces and seeing if I can recreate them in different ways, and I love this type of environment. If you remember, I did a piece like this but with a sad light-bulb called "The Long Walk Home". This was just for fun, and it was. Enjoy.
It's Christmas, and I thought I'd do a quick design, just as a sort of present to HitRECord, even though it's not Christmas-y at all. But enjoy none the less (or write a tiny story to go with this? Hmm?).
Happy holidays, everyone!