Strange Behavior (Animation) Entry: Mark E. Seljan

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  07 July 2007
Strange Behavior (Animation) Entry: Mark E. Seljan

Mark E. Seljan is entered in the "Strange Behavior Challenge" update: View Challenge Page

Latest Update: Final Render: Tomo&Blade
  07 July 2007
Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: Gotcha_Concept

Title: Gotcha!

An angry tree take a leak on a disturbing dog.

Length: Around 60 sec

Sally - woman / biped
Tony - french bulldog / quadruped
MrWoods - tree / special rig

A small corner of a street, few houses, sidewalk

Idea behind the project:
Strange behavior means unusal acts for me. I want to present a quite realistic and believable scene and environmnet. In this environment the strange act of the tree will be more surprising.
  07 July 2007
Good to be here again

Hi People,

Am in

Best luck to everyone! Hope we learn again a lot from each oder just as used to. As I see lotsa familiar faces are around. This challenge gonna be the funiest ever

Hope U like the concept.

Have a nice day/night,

  07 July 2007
Excellent! I'm so happy to see you in - looking forward to see your scene come alive. Nice and fun concept!

WIP: Anatomy


  07 July 2007
Tremo! Both your presence here and your concept makes me smile Good luck
Those who know it can't be done should stop interrupting those who are doing it


my 3d prints

  07 July 2007
Mark! Great to see you entering. Good luck buddy. Your concept is very funny...

  07 July 2007
Great to see you here joining in, i love the concept, looking forward to you're progress.

steve 8)
  07 July 2007
Concept Sketch or 3D pre-visualization: Shaped rigs for previz and animatik

Just Sally's (female) and Tony's (french bulldog) rigs. Shaped for easier animation. It's also easier to handle their weight balance during animation. Speed up motion previews too.

  07 July 2007
Thanks a lot mates!

Am glad you like the idea. That's the most important!

Thanks Your're better and better after all these challenges. Always good to see good people evolving!

Yeah my friend! It feels much better if old faces can be in the same boots. I like your concept. It's interesting for motion. A bit like pantomim. Also gives a lotsa chance to a strong facial animation. So just go ahead!

Mate, your style rocks! I's gonna be amazing! Full of real life situations and excellent characters! Am just sit and wait for your process

Mate your stuff makes me laugh! A serious half-body portrait with some crazyness. HA! Cool contrast. Go ahead!

Have a nice day/night!
  07 July 2007
Modeling: Sally_start

I just started to model this character called Sally. Nothing special. I will stop with her right now, just was curious how could this work. A bit exotic as i planned.

Have to say it's not ZB, just the screenshot. I was check her in ZB for the mesh. Hair is just proportional.
  07 July 2007
she has an interesting face, very good, it's not the 0815 beautiful woman face
her ear is a bit too low
and maybe the upper lip should blend a bit more smoothly with the skin.
  07 July 2007
funny concept! I love the posture of the dog and woman - good luck!

My Studies

My Anatomy Thread

My Website

Good Facial Expressions Resource:
  07 July 2007
Wow, A really good concept. Fun.
A very good looking sketch also.
Say, how did you create that skeleton? Is it automatic or something? Isn't it alot of work to create a bone skeleton and then create a geometric one on top of it?
  07 July 2007
hey Mark, the concept sketch and modeling looks realy cool.

Sok sikert

  07 July 2007
I love the idea! awesome job!
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