made in tvpaint

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by thearts » 07 Jan 2009, 20:26

hisko> u are awesome man , i worship you.

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by hisko » 08 Jan 2009, 08:14

Thanks for your compliment (if you mean it).
I don't know who you are, but I saw that you linked to the mike sporn site. Why?

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by thearts » 10 Jan 2009, 16:06

hisko wrote:Thanks for your compliment (if you mean it).
I don't know who you are, but I saw that you linked to the mike sporn site. Why?
ur work is really great. i like it. every frame shot is fully detail colored. it's pretty amazing.

i'm a noob here, not good at drawing or animating but i'm interested in it and trying to learn,

that link, i thought i would post it and share here becuase no one has post it up yet. i'm not related to him or anything , it's just i thought it's related to animation.

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by hisko » 13 Jan 2009, 09:35

thearts wrote:
that link, i thought i would post it and share here becuase no one has post it up yet. i'm not related to him or anything , it's just i thought it's related to animation.
It seems that the usual suspects on this forum knew this link already, but I didn't, so thanks again, I'll check it.

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by karltoonz » 23 Feb 2009, 21:16

beautiful...

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by hisko » 25 Feb 2009, 16:08

karltoonz wrote:beautiful...
Thanks, you just gave me this week's fuel...

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Gravin
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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by Gravin » 13 Mar 2009, 07:46

Wow these stills are amazing! How are you keeping everything consistent for this to work as an animation?

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by hisko » 13 Mar 2009, 18:41

Gravin wrote:Wow these stills are amazing! How are you keeping everything consistent for this to work as an animation?
Thanks!
I have made clay heads that I use as reference for the shadow animation. I put one or two lamps on a clayhead that I attached to an old photostatief (I don't know the english word) and move the clayhead position by position just as I animated it, so that I can see how the light falls.
Then I paint the shadows in two seperate layers in TVPpaint (layers in multiply mode). It will all move and wiggle a bit, but that gives it also a lively effect. While I am painting the shadows, I can flip back and forth to check if the tone is right ( thanks to TVPaint).
It's kind of complicated, but once I get in a flow, it works fine.
The backgroundpaintings are done with oilpaint. On the photo you can see 1 of the 160 paintings that I have to make for my film Junkyard.
There's a little clip on the user's gallery.
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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by joz » 09 May 2009, 23:14

like we say in France "CA DEBOITE !", really impatient to see the entire movie

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by Peter Wassink » 10 May 2009, 06:01

joz wrote:like we say in France "CA DEBOITE !"
... but what do we say? :|
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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by Fabrice » 10 May 2009, 10:47

not easy to translate : it's like : "it's incredible and I have to see it !"
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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by ZigOtto » 10 May 2009, 11:28

"ÇA DÉBOITE !" ... something like "IT ROCKS !"

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by Paul Fierlinger » 10 May 2009, 11:31

ZigOtto wrote:"ÇA DÉBOITE !" ... something like "IT ROCKS !"
That short, eh?
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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by hisko » 10 May 2009, 18:04

joz wrote:like we say in France "CA DEBOITE !", really impatient to see the entire movie
Thanks man!
I just learned that "CA DEBOITE !" means that "IT ROCKS".
What is ""I HOPE THAT YOU CAN WAIT FOR ANOTHER 2(+) YEARS" in french?

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Re: made in tvpaint

Post by ZigOtto » 10 May 2009, 21:22

Paul Fierlinger wrote:That short, eh?
young people use to speak "shortly" (less words > less errors), don't you ? :)
hisko wrote:... What is ""I HOPE THAT YOU CAN WAIT FOR ANOTHER 2(+) YEARS" in french?
"J' ESPERE QUE TU POURRAS ATTENDRE ENCORE 2 ANS (VOIRE PLUS) "

at your service, Sir ! :wink:

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