Blur Studio - Animation Reel
Wayne Unten has completed his amazing digital watercolor test:
Inspired by a visit to the Tyrus Wong exhibit at the Walt Disney Family Museum in August 2013, this is an animation experiment using digital brushes to achieve a watercolor look.
All artwork was created using TV Paint 10.5 Pro on my Microsoft Surface Pro 2 over several months in my spare time. Behind the scenes of how this was produced can be found on my blog… animatingforfun.com
Animation by Wayne Unten
Music by Dave Gottlieb
Copyright 2014 Wayne Unten
This week I have finally installed all my casts ready for my end of year exhibition. Anyone is welcome to visit, it is being held in UCLAN’s Hanover Building, Preston. The exhibition starts from the Monday 16th of June and ends on the Friday. For more details please message me. :)
Please come and visit my exhibition on the 16th June, Preston. Anyone is welcome :)
Everyone if possible should go and visit this incredible Art Exhibition at UCLAN if possible. The video is of the work by the very talented Lauren Hayley.
I Know it’s a rough photo but these are my business card. I really liked the texture of the luxe moo so I just had to get them! They are similar to my old ones! With a updates layout and info. I much prefer these the stock of the card is greats the print qaulity is much better!
The DVD cover for my film and show reel. Again matches the art-deco theme. It also includes my show reel and contact info. On the left inside pocket of the DVD case, I will also include a CV and a Business card. Which this states on the back!
Both these photos are the posters I will be presenting at my exhibition tje frst is designed as an art-deco film poster, and the second is a screen shot from the film. Though in this particular scene it is rather colorful, I thought it would be nice to de-saturate it to match it to the majority of the film. Very Happy with these!
Here is the DVD titles for my film, it continues along the art-deco theme. On the DVD I have included the film, my showreel, and a link to a contact page as shown above.
3D World’s Rob Redman explains how to make your characters’ movement believable.
This is a great little article I saw in 3D world. I really appreciate the hints and tips here, I wish I found it earlier though, it would really have helped with my film I feel. I especially agree with the manual key framing. I have run into many problems when having auto-key frame on and wanted to adjust just one if the channels. This has been a learning curve for me though and I have really started to understand the benefits or manual keyframing.
Part way though my film, I was thinking of overlaying a texture to give it a lot more character and style. I used a paint texture to overlay with. Here I really like the outcome, but on mocing shots, and shots close up character animation, it didnt have the same effect. It looked messy and repetitive.