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  10 October 2007
insainly idiotic animation

Here's a little "10 second club" style acting test I started yesterday. I need some more subtle acting for my reel so I picked this audio clip from Billy Madison. the poses are roughed in and at this point I'm not sure if I want him relatively still or if I should have him walk around a little bit. My goal with this is to focus on subtlety

Thanks for your input,

Jer

the clip is here: http://www.jeremypstewart.com/idiotic_test_001.avi

new clip http://www.jeremypstewart.com/idiotic_test_001.avi

Last edited by Jstewart : 10 October 2007 at 10:52 AM.
 
  10 October 2007
Lmao, very nice. I think that if you have the model walking about some of the expressions will be missed by. What's the next step? Interpolate the anims so they don't jump in like that? Have a clean skull over a stand to be talked to.
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  10 October 2007
new set and direction

Hi guys, made a few changes here. It's still stepped but I decided to make this look like more of a shot than a lame rig test. Let me know what you guys think of the new direction, poses, and set.

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http://www.jeremypstewart.com/idiotic_test_002.avi
 
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