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  07 July 2005
Hi, it's me again.

First of all I would like to thank you for pointing me towards The Animator's Survival Kit. I feel my head is going to explode with all of the things I'm learning! I'm really looking forward to trying some of this stuff out.

Just one question for right now. I am currently reading about animating walks, and I was wondering if you "break" joints when animating. I know it works with 2D animation, but does it look weird with 3D animation?
 
  07 July 2005
Originally Posted by DerPapa: 1. Is this really the result done in Preproduction, or has it been polished for the DVD afterwards?

2. How become the shots assigned to the animators? Is there a list you can choose a new one from, when a shot is done? Can you disclaim a shot, or pick a more favorite one?
Hi Michael,
1. Yes, those are the actual animatics from prepro
2. The Directing and Supervising Animators assign the shots based on the animators' availability, skills and director's desire. We can also request specific shots if we wish.
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  07 July 2005
That's All, Folks!

I'm going on vacation for a week so I wont be able to answer any more questions. Sorry if I didn't get to you. Thanks for making this thread so popular!
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  07 July 2005
So many thanks. Have a nice vacation.

Michael
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  07 July 2005
Thumbs up

Have fun and nice vacation Victor. Also thanks for this awesome Q&A session man.

(if you happen to travel overseas, consider to visit Bodrum for a great summer holiday)
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  07 July 2005
Thank you so much for taking time out to answer my questions. I've learned a lot from this thread. Have a great vacation. You've certainly earned it.
 
  07 July 2005
Cool

Hi Victor,

I s'ppose I missed my chance and won't get to hear from you.
In any case I'll have to say thank you for the hard work it must have been
for you to post all this.

I found this thread very informative and have to quote you
Quote: We let the old people continue to work as long as they want.
Unless they break a leg, in which case we have to shoot them.

Thanks for a continuing laugh and some great inspiration

You're part of Internet history!
I really think Pixar is pioneering 3D animation and technology into this new century.
I'm personally utterly fascinated by Animation and Cartoons as they evolve.

I started doodling when I could hold a pencil and have teenage flipbooks
I can still laugh at. I've also done Fine Arts studies.
My animations are now imminent but I'm still looking forward to some intense reading.

Hope you still get to this post, and I hereby leave a promise that I will have shorts someday.
No I don't mean the Bermuda type.

Cheers,
--JC
 
  07 July 2005
Okay everyone, it's time for this session to end! Victor has been a great sport at answering so many questions for everyone!

Thanks to everyone and especially to Victor for participating.


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