This is a cinemagraph...FINALLY THE SECOND ONE IS SUCCESSFULLY ON MY BLOG! Now I can rest in peace.The first one is just of me sitting there, casually defying gravity. The ball is moving while the rest of the picture is completely still. I liked this idea because it's just really cool. Also because ideas are hard to come by. The second one is just me intensely practicing witchcraft (or wasting my childhood). The most difficult Part was getting it to loop. I just had to get lucky and find two frames that were really similar.
Stop motion was a very ongoing process with lots of ins and outs involving many chemical compositions. It sucked. I just don't have the patience... or the mental capacity. I can do other methods of filmmaking, but stop motion..... it gets to me. The hardest rule to come up with was the Overlapping action and exaggeration video. We had many problems with this video from brainstorming to actually making it. The easiest to come up with was straight ahead because we could literally have done anything. Now I am required to say what I would have done if I had time to finish.
Secondary action: A guy walking down the street with a boom box(Like the 80s)
Timing: The tortoise and the hare, but the hare is slow and the tortoise is fast.
Solid drawing: a guy way in the background gets Knocked into the foreground like some kind of decadent dandy.
Appeal: applies to the tortoise and the hare as well.
Meet Fumanchu Man. The wise and powerful master of Hanzo. He lives an ordinary life, except that his fu manchu is sentient. I first had to brainstorm what I wanted for this character. Unfortunately, my brainstorming page was deleted..... somehow.... (I really don't know how). I then had to go into photoshop and digitally paint him. I started with the face on it's own seperate document. I then painted the rest, and added the head at the end. The face was particularly successful. Especially the shading. The rest could use a tiny bit more work, and I would have liked a background, but I reached the deadline. Oh well.
The most difficult part of this was getting on to Tinkercad as many can agree. The rest was very easy, but they were simple tutorials so it shouldn't be very hard. I have worked with more complicated 3d projects on my own before, but those were on blender and very hard to learn. This website is very easy to learn. If I could design anything and 3D print it, I would print an action figure of me.
Link to picture - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5VYeV-hMalldlg3Z0xxaUpBMTQ/view?usp=sharing
Im not sure what to put in those blanks. Also it's late because I wasn't able to put it on my blog on Friday due to the Skype call.
This is a dog tag with a Mandalorian symbol (symbol of alien race from star wars). As soon as I heard about this project I thought of this symbol... just because..... Any ways the thing I found so successful was the shape of the back piece. This is multiple shapes combined into a whole new one. I also had to find a picture of a simplified version of this symbol because this simplified version would be easier to print. I like it better anyways. There was nothing to difficult about this project but it was a very simple design. I have worked in 3d modeling a little bit before. (If you see this before monday 10/24 then the picture of the 2d design is not up yet. I need to put that up in class).