Monthly Archives: November 2015

Time Is Of The Essence!

As Producer/Production Manager for our short film, I am mainly in charge of managing our time for this project. Thanks to the help of Youri Dekker, I made a spreadsheet of our production schedule for the short film. I’m a very visual person so this clean format and the use of color coding really helps me break down and oversee the animation production pipeline.

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Less Is More

When Kim Fu joined the team last week we didn’t have much progress in the character design department. We knew that our story was comical and cartoony so we figured we would need characters that would reflect that. Instead of complicated-looking characters with extra bells and whistles, we opted for more of a simplistic and stylistic look. After meeting with her to provide notes about the story, information about our two characters, and a general idea of what we wanted, Kim made us these character sketches in no time. I have to admit that I love how fun she made these characters look, while keeping them simple and distinct. We are really grateful that Kim Fu is helping us with visual development for this project!

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Better Late Than Never

This post is way overdue but here is the final version of my blocking for my second animated shot this semester.

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Storyboards v3

This is a movie file of our latest version of storyboards for “Failed to Send” done by our story artists Heather Gregersen and Christina Centron.

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Character Design Notes

After sending our initial character concepts to my mentor Marty Cooper (Hombre McSteez), he sent back some notes and a quick sketch of what the corrections he made.

Marty Character Notes   Marty Version

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