Monthly Archives: January 2016

Main Chute Asset

In our short film, many metallic capsules rain down from a giant chute that is stationed over our character’s heads. We needed to design such a chute and also be able to see it from a top-down angle and a bottom-up angle. We were able to cheat it quite a bit by leaving most of the chute untouched for both angles, rather just adjusting the opening at the bottom. You can see in these two drawings the chutes are exactly the same except for the opening, where in one picture we can see the up into the chute and the other we can’t. A big challenge to this undergraduate thesis project is trying to find creative solutions to saving ourselves work and time.

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Add a Splash of Color

After having a final design for the pipes, now we needed to explore what color we want to use for them. Here is a page of our pipes in various colors along with their respective color swatches that are used for its light, medium, and dark values as well as its outline.

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Tube Animation with Capsule

Another animation test to see how it would look to have a pipe appear and then vanish after a capsule had flown into it.

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Pipe Test Animation

An animation test of a pipe appearing and disappearing.

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Photo Frame Asset

For all of the props in our short film, we decided to push the angularity of the shapes as well as providing each object with a texture. Here we can see the final design of our photo frame, the capsules (screen left), and the desk (orange) all treated with these stylistic design choices.

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Coffee Mug Asset

Playing around with color and outline in order to figure out the final design of our coffee mug design.

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