"Gobelins : l'école de l'image" short films

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Re: First Film from Gobelins School made with TVP !

Post by mox » 14 Jun 2010, 10:03

Bravo! (again) ^^
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Gobelins 2011

Post by Sewie » 06 Jul 2011, 15:43

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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by ematecki » 06 Jul 2011, 15:59

5 out of 6, that's pretty good !

And Kevin, the only non-tvpainter, got an excuse, he made his film at Calarts :)
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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Sewie » 06 Jul 2011, 20:29

To make it easier I'll embed them here:











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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Elodie » 07 Jul 2011, 06:21

Thanks Sewie. I wanted to do it yesterday, but I was too lazy busy :mrgreen:

And that's a great year : except Vésuves, all the projects thanks Fabrice and add TVP Animation 9.5's logo in the credits :D

My prefered project is "Who's afraitd of Mr Greedy" =)

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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Sewie » 07 Jul 2011, 09:24

I Love that one as well!
And what's more; They are all 2d!
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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Eric Scholl » 07 Jul 2011, 09:33

Yes, "Who's afraitd of Mr Greedy" is really good, I like "Fur" too :D

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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Fabrice » 18 Jul 2011, 16:48

hmm hmm, there is one missing project from a girl (who's name is ... ?) which was studying in Paris at Gobelins but who came from CalArts.

I will do some research to find it.
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Gobelin's exercises...

Post by Elodie » 16 Dec 2011, 15:49

Here are 5 "simple" exercises made in Les Gobelins - l'école de l'image. Students had to make very short movie with many special FX.

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(and most of them done the FX with TVPaint, while Fabrice and I were training them :mrgreen: )

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Re: Gobelin's exercises...

Post by Sewie » 17 Dec 2011, 11:32

Wonderful!
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Re: Gobelin's exercises...

Post by Vent.sauvage » 17 Dec 2011, 17:46

...tain, ils sont forts les mômes - ( réplique piquée dans Top Gun ) :lol:

Very Nice Work .
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Re: Gobelin's exercises...

Post by mox » 19 Dec 2011, 15:31

Vent.sauvage wrote:...tain, ils sont forts les mômes - ( réplique piquée dans Top Gun ) :lol:
Very Nice Work .
Indeed! Gros level! 8)
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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Stefantchernev » 21 Dec 2011, 14:05

Hello
I have a dream to make animation .. so i really like "Who's afraid of Mr. Greedy" and " http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE8UlqOGjTM&NR=1" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; " can you tell me how is it made , only program or hand made and if is whit software can you tell me except the tvpainter what kid of program that they use :) i will be very happy Thank You:)
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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by D.T. Nethery » 21 Dec 2011, 16:15

Stefantchernev wrote:Hello
I have a dream to make animation .. so i really like "Who's afraid of Mr. Greedy" and can you tell me how it is made of only one program, hand made and if is what software can you tell me, except the tvpainter ? what kind of program do you use or only tvpainter :) i will be very happy :)

I believe that "Who is Afraid of Mr. Greedy" was animated traditionally with pencil on paper, then the drawings were scanned and imported into TVPaint for clean-up and coloring. (just to be clear: the software is named TVPaint Animation , not "tvpainter" )

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Re: Gobelins 2011

Post by Fabrice » 27 Dec 2011, 10:56

D.T. Nethery wrote:
Stefantchernev wrote:Hello
I have a dream to make animation .. so i really like "Who's afraid of Mr. Greedy" and can you tell me how it is made of only one program, hand made and if is what software can you tell me, except the tvpainter ? what kind of program do you use or only tvpainter :) i will be very happy :)

I believe that "Who is Afraid of Mr. Greedy" was animated traditionally with pencil on paper, then the drawings were scanned and imported into TVPaint for clean-up and coloring. (just to be clear: the software is named TVPaint Animation , not "tvpainter" )
I confirm the workflow.
However, sometimes when the students are approaching the deathline, they draw and animate directly in TVPaint. It happened for "the king and the beaver".
http://www.gobelins.fr/galerie/LE-ROYAU ... THE-BEAVER" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
But I don't know if it happened too for "Who is Afraid of Mr. Greedy".

nb : other stuffs I know :
"Eleanor" was a full TVPaint project.
"Fur" did use a special script of Hervé to color the lines of the characters with the same colors as the ones used in their shapes. (<< hard to explain, but tell me if you want more details, I will post a screenshot)
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