WIP Party Time & other stuff by DenX

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Re: WIP Party Time & other stuff by DenX

Post by DenX » 19 Apr 2019, 06:31

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First scene from an animated clip based on the card game B(e)acon Project.
Each step represents: Storyboard / Rough / Clean / Final. All done with TVPaint.

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Re: WIP Party Time & other stuff by DenX

Post by DenX » 27 Apr 2019, 21:50

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Second scene from an animated clip based on the card game B(e)acon Project.
Each step represents: Storyboard / Rough / Clean / Final. All done with TVPaint.


I also recorded the complete session of the rough animation process on the scene n°3: (part 1/3)
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Re: WIP Party Time & other stuff by DenX

Post by DenX » 06 May 2019, 07:00

Here the next step: (2/3)


Since the proportions in the rough (last video) were quite off, I had to resize many things, specially the heads.
I used the "behind" brush option to draw blue lines for a quick tie-down and green lines as reference for the initial position of the hair.
Like that I managed to do everything on the same layer wich was pretty handy. ^_^

I'll wrap the scene on the next video.

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Re: WIP Party Time & other stuff by DenX

Post by DenX » 10 May 2019, 17:21

The final session (3/3):


I started by filling the color layer with red, then I used the bucket tool with "erase" option to clear everything around the character. Like that I'm sure there's no hole under the lines.
After that, I locked transparency on that layer and applied the color of the pants on the whole thing (that's one color I won't have to worry about). The rest is just basic coloring with bucked and brush (for the small or narrow parts).
From 0:58 I add a shadow layer to give some volume.
At 1:51 I start to work on the background, using the Keyframer tool to move the seperated elements along a trajectory.
I also used a script to create the speedlines with a mask so it renders only on the areas I want.
Well, that's all for that scene.
It miss few little things like the FX refining but most of the process is there.

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Re: WIP Party Time & other stuff by DenX

Post by DenX » 24 Jun 2019, 06:22

Another couple of scenes:
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First time animating an explosion... it's kind of tricky. :|

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