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15 second animation

  1. 1. 15 seconds...
  2. 2. The Beginning… (week ten)
  3. 3. Initial ideas...
  4. 4. Important Elements... Long establishing shots- highlights isolation and harsh environments sweeping camera movements- emphasises sheer expanse of terrain Low key lighting- noir lighting- amplifies the contrast of the good and the bad elements within the story and plot.
  5. 5. Camera Shots... Long Shot- Usually applied to an opening scene. Placed in such a way so as to capture a large area in view. Purpose- To set in motion a perception of time, place and pre-empted actions of what is about to take place. IMAGE: Rosana Silva http://cghub.com
  6. 6. Close up: A cut away from a more distant shot and shows detail in an intricate activity or character emotions. Lack of close up shots may cause an emotional distance between the characters and the audience. Timing is key- close ups applied too late can cause difficulty in identifying which character is talking, too soon and an audience may miss some valuable subtle details in body language and gestures.
  7. 7. Inspiration Through Film...
  8. 8. Character Designs...
  9. 9. They both reached for the gun!
  10. 10. 3-Dimensional Character Tests and Rigging... Ken Doll, Pixar’s Toy Story pointpusher on youtube tutorial
  11. 11. Graphic poster of Clint Eastwood Rigging... Learning from the beginning... Practising rigs in such a way that will allow movement for an iconic stance such along with practise of focal length.
  12. 12. Reference...
  13. 13. Models:
  14. 14. Landscape inspiration... desert reality artwork drawings surftin.com open west / Ed Mell Left: Cliffs of del Muerto by Maynard Dixon Right: Reader’s Digest, April 1956 - cactus, desert illustration Simplistic styles and shapes, using polygons to texture rather than adding one. Tall structures Play with light and to cast shadows to give various senses of times of day. Physical sun and sky.
  15. 15. Environment Inspiration The Good, The Bad And The Ugly For a Few Dollars More True Grit
  16. 16. Landscape Design..
  17. 17. Lighting...
  18. 18. 3-Dimensional Tests...
  19. 19. Bibliography https://uk.pinterest.com/dottydoodle11/ Home on the Range, Disney, 2004 Django Unchained, Tarantino, 2012 Fist Full of Dollars, Sergio Leone, 1964 For a Few Dollars More, Sergio Leone, 1965 Hiroshima Nuclear (atomic) Bomb - USA attack on Japan (1945) WJEC Guide to Film Studies AS Level

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