Flash stings i developed and animated for the Eisteddford, its really basic because it was designed for mobile phones and it only took a week so the animation could be better! :D
Monday, 30 July 2007
Friday, 20 July 2007
Thursday, 12 July 2007
Tuesday, 10 July 2007
Today we had a writing seminar with Ian Staples it was really good. We had a great laugh making up stories about peter peter the pumpkin eater! Then we got serious and discussed our stories with him and got some great feedback. I just finished writing what i'm going to say and will start recording tomorrow. Still don't know what style to use. I'm sure i'll come up with something. :D
Also Richard Webb from Moseleywebb came and visited us and showed us some of the flash work they do, looked interesting.
Posted by Kei Phillips at 08:19
Monday, 9 July 2007
Friday, 6 July 2007
Well we went to see Shrek last night... the animation was ok, and some of it looked nice but there wasn't much story. However it wasn't as bad as i heard it was going to be and there was one part in the film that made me giggle uncontrollably i wont say which bit just incase anyone hasn't seen it yet... it involved a baby ogre head and the donkey thats all im saying!
Puss in boats is by far the best character... so cute!
Posted by Kei Phillips at 03:01
Wednesday, 4 July 2007
Tuesday, 3 July 2007
Went for a visit to the The Bait their work was very eye catching and interesting.
Later we had a Freelance talk from Ric Villeneuve which was very informative. He gave us ideas and tips on showreel's and animation. As well as an in depth look at being a freelance animator.
Meanwhile i have been working on a presentation for this friday on Steve Williams a CGI animator and director.
Posted by Kei Phillips at 08:16
Monday, 2 July 2007
We had a visit from Bruce Steele today and were given a talk about special effects in advertising and shown examples form work produced by Glassworks. Very interesting, i especially enjoyed the hair monsters, how they were constructed and animated. The pre production artwork looked lovely.
Posted by Kei Phillips at 08:41