View Full Version : Tyson Ibele - Animation Session 13 - Sound file
07-04-2005, 05:27 PM
Cool! I love these sessions :D
Great sound file too...I'm definitely in! :)
07-17-2005, 12:03 AM
Ok here's what I've got so far :)
If anyone REALLY wants to see my thumbs, I can post them....but truthfully I can hardly make them out myself! (gotta love stick figures and my crappy 2d skills haha) ;)
Anyways....the "doc" character hasn't been added to the scene yet...just a first blocking pass for the M.J. Fox character.
Tons of things to fix...as it's just a first pass...but you can see where I'm going ;)...figured I'd do a different take on it...more of a "2 guys out camping/climbing, discussing whatever"
http://www.theonlyt.com/Main/Animations/Panda/pass1.mov (Quicktime, 1.15mb)
07-18-2005, 06:17 PM
No comments? Ah well....
Been smoothing it out etc...here's where I'm at so far:
07-18-2005, 08:19 PM
ah ah! nice one..that sure is an unconventional aproach to the sound file. keen to see how u take on the doctor.
The way the leg bends looks kinda weird, but it may be a perspective thing. mayb he could resting on hes knees rather than on his belly, mayb having his foot slip as he tries to get on to hes knees.
07-19-2005, 12:33 AM
only thing i could say, is about the timing on the punch he's giving to the ground!
Can't wait to see the final!
Looks really good. I have to agree with the hand pound though...timing seems a bit off.
07-25-2005, 02:31 AM
I like how you stick in the subtleties...Like his head when he says "deloreon" it looks great! one thing though... I'd just like to know, and you don't have to answer this, but did you model that character just for this session?? He's great! :D
There''s not much to crit, maybe tone down how much movement his hands have... It looks like he's pulling himself up without too much strain on his arms... (mind you, you can really feel the weight nonetheless :D )
07-27-2005, 05:34 PM
No this character was made a couple of months ago for something else that I never finished...glad you like him though!
I agree with the timing on some of his hand movement. Sadly though....I just finished a cross-country move and am getting settled in at a new job...and am not sure if I'll have time to finish him....I'm really going to try and get this done though! But....this is just a warning that I probably won't. :(
07-27-2005, 05:34 PM
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