first animation with tv paint demo [cat]

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first animation with tv paint demo [cat]

Post by cresshead » 03 Nov 2006, 21:03

here's my first go at hand drawn animation...took around 3 hours to make it.

http://www.cresshead.com/wip/cress_cat_ ... mation.mov

stee+cats

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Post by fanany » 03 Nov 2006, 21:34

very nice anim, creeshead!
110 frames in 3 hours is a pretty good productivity, indeed!
even with a video footage support.
Now you may start to color it, ... 4>5 hours more!
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Post by Patrice » 04 Nov 2006, 04:16

Nice work Cresshead!
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Post by cresshead » 04 Nov 2006, 18:32

thanks!...i'm VERY new to all of this being a 3d animator using 3dsmax and lightwave but have been pitching for a animation that required a hand drawn look to it...got the hand drawn look okay in 3dsmax but then sat n thought about making a cat model and rigging it then animating it....and seeing as the client NEEDS it to look hand drawn...thought...err...how hard would it be to actually hand draw it as opposed to hand keying a 3d version...i could use a mix of 3d scenes to get a moving camera and once settled can intor duce the cat into the scene with a 3d background rendered in the pencil sty...having 3 pet cats is now a real plus along with a camcorder!...

re fill in it in the client would only fill in the cat to be black/white as thetv adveets have been done that way so that the webversion would need to be done like that too...

here's another scene i created..

http://www.cresshead.com/wip/ripley3.mov


couple of extra questions...if i bought the animation version is there going to be an upgrade path to the video version that will have the volumetric lighitng in it etc?

also as a guess how far away is the video version?....3, 6, 9 months?

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Post by Patrice » 04 Nov 2006, 22:25

Hi Cresshead,

If you buy TVP Animation, you will benefit of a special price to upgrade it to TVP Animation Pro. Buying TVP Animation and then TVP Animation Pro is the same than buying only TVP Animation Pro.
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Post by ZigOtto » 04 Nov 2006, 23:12

cresshead wrote:... here's another scene i created...
Hi cresshead,
I have a question, did you draw/animate the cat in the size of this quicktime output (800x400px),
or in a bigger original size?

anyway, good job! keep the flow ... 8)

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Post by cresshead » 05 Nov 2006, 03:18

cheers!

the video i roto'd from was actually smaller then the 800x400 as i was using that mov to roto a 3d rig and not meant for rotoing with 2d pencil...but had the footage already in mov format so just chucked it in there to have a play!

so far i'm quite liking TV paint..only on day 2 of the demo!

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