Castle. Its a clip from the episode of bobs burgers where the go to the castle ^
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I only have a few of my pictures since i deleted everything to make room for other projects... sorry. I struggled most with the perks for the peak poster since i didn't know how to start it. The thing i like most is how the background complements the logo.
I picked this product because I love hockey and I play it all of the time so it will be something that i'm always looking at. I started off with a penguin because they are my favorite animal, then i added the quantum hockey logo, then the mountains to give it some depth. I think the most successful thing about it is that the penguin is angry which adds a bit of humor since they are normally adorable. If I could change one thing I would make the sticker on the puck itself bigger.
We started off tracing the outline of our characters on the whiteboard while using the projector to give us our image. This was a hassle and was taking too long, so we free handed each of our drawings and slimmed down on the specific details. We had a tripod for the first part of our video but a few absences caused us to free hand the pictures and just pray that they lined up closely. We then put the pictures into the Stop Motion Studios app and made our video and added sound.
Squash and Stretch: Turkey bouncing
Anticipation: Lebron knocking on the door
Staging: Lebron in the center of the frame making him the main focus
Straight Ahead Action and Pose-To-Pose:
Follow Through and Overlapping Action:
Slow In And Slow Out: Used when Lebron knocks on the door
Arc: Used as the turkey was bouncing
Secondary Action: When lebron was in front of the tree there was random things happening in the picture frame on the right side of the screen
Timing: Used when Homer gets hit with the turkey
Exaggeration: Used with the appearance of the sprite cranberry
Solid Drawing: Will Smith, we were able to project him and get everything about him right
Appeal: Lebrons jacket, makes him stand out
I love stop motion, it lets me express my creativity and make stuff as stupid as i want. It takes a long time which i'm not fond of but it's interesting to watch everything come together once you're finished.
Squash and stretch
-animated objects get longer or flatter to emphasize weight mass and realism
-character prepares for an action before performing it. audience understands what's going on
-presentation of any idea so that it is completely and unmistakably clear
-work together to move viewers eyes across the scene
Straight ahead and pose for pose
-straight ahead is animating as you go
-pose to pose is going back after the basic animation to add detail keys extremes and breakdowns
Follow through and overlapping action
-having body parts appendages and items follow the characters movements
-includes how the items stop after movement
Slow in and Slow out
-all movements start slowly build speed and end slowly
-using arcs to realistically move
-gestures that support the main action
-personality of animation is affected by number of frames inserted
-more drawings make it faster, slower has fewer drawings
-not more extorted, more convincing
-making sure forms feel like 3D, including balance and volume
-use basic shapes to make characters
-characters should be pleasing to look at and interesting
-variety of shapes, proportions, keep it simple
I created my dog running through the hall, and a flipping bottle that never quite leaves. I love my dog so I had to do something that involves him and I found a bottle in the hall so I thought that I would create something with it. Only my dog has meaning to me, I threw the bottle away once I finished filming this. The hardest part was all the different layers and getting everything to look natural. I would recommend planing everything out before you film, you will run into a lot of problems if you don't
-My dog running through the hall
-Jumping out of a window
-Kicking my friend
-Jumping down the stairs
The only thing that lives in this house is little jimmy the popcorn kernel. All of his friends exploded so he decided to make a house of their dead corpses. To make it look somewhat realistic I had to add a lot of shadows and bled the windows with the walls. If I could change anything about this piece, I would probably make the windows a bit more realistic and maybe add some shading to the popcorn
My theme was Bob's Burgers, I picked this because I have been a fan of the show for years and I don't have any designs of this show on shirts or anything. Of the 3 that I made my favorite is the Gene themed pattern because he is my favorite character in the show. The hardest part about this project was actually drawing my patterns. I was never truly happy with how they looked so I basically said screw it and just redrew them on the computer. I would recommend always looking at which layer that you're on, I can't express how many times I had to redo my drawings because I was on the wrong layer.
I didn't have any inspiration for my piece. I basically just thought of random things that I like that kind of go with North Carolina and put them into my piece at random