Archive for June, 2010

Research

June 4, 2010

Previously I overlooked posting up my concept research, hopefully however with the implementation of this is our blog, the ideas behind our current concept become a little clearer.

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Tower of televisions and balloons

June 4, 2010

Research on different ways televisions can be stacked and different emotions it can provoke. The balloons are representative of a party, or rather after a party has started and the balloons are now decorating the environment instead of neatly arranged in their formal locations.

Jazz Concept

June 4, 2010

Here is research for a short lived Jazz concept inspired by the current comedy channel ident music as well as the late night performance venues stand up comedians are known to perform in.

Exclusively Original Concept Research

June 4, 2010

This was research that was aimed towards the token comedy items that later was greatly turned down in many teams.

June 3, 2010

Research on different shapes of moving and/or delivery vans, the idea of following the van down the street arose early on in the piece.

June 3, 2010

Some of my original research around the idea of grand towers in both collective and stand alone situations.

Week 13 – Final Animation and Models

June 3, 2010

All animation changes have been made as per suggestion and been combined with the final detailed version of the scene.

Week 12 – Rendered Scene

June 3, 2010

A render of what the final scene should look like with the completed lighting and textures.

Week 12 – The Chosen Camera Moves

June 3, 2010

The chosen camera moves and edited buildings of the cityscape. Upon viewing it was recommended we resolve on a 3D cfer logo provided and bring the camera down to road-level at the beginning, like we had previously.

Week 12 – Following the Truck

June 3, 2010

Animation has returned to the drawing board to bring to life the original vision of flying through a city following a crazy truck that leads to a crazier tower. Thus it was necessary to test how close the camera could sit before following the crazy truck became the truck driving us crazy, and in the process. In order to follow the truck comfortably, the more volatile cartoon-based movement was swapped for a more natural swerving.