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12th February 2016
Hjalti goes over the "Cart Fighting" shot and talks about the evolution of it from storyreel to layout and final animation.
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12th February 2016 - 17:34
Haha, look at 46 minutes :) Spoiler: The error was missing library .blends, not a bug!
14th February 2016 - 16:18
I think this video works great being "informal" because you are sharing your experience working with this shot.
The problem are those long recipe-like videos on youtube that can be summarized as "Do this, do that", but instead drag on for 40, 50 minutes. (I still love you Andrew Price)
I'd love to have a video showing your approach to animating a shot from the storyboard to starting with the animation. For example saying "In this shot, x happens so I first chose to animate this/that/everything at once..."
27th February 2016 - 09:20
Hey this was an awesome walk-through of the scene, I would love to see more!
13th February 2016 - 01:24
36>00-36:02 amaybe you could have made the move that when the penguing feels the tension of the pull of Koro, for a moment his left hand let go and move to the position above, so he can pull with more force, because if you think like if you where holding those grapes the same way than the penguin and some one pulls them from the right, you will change the position of your hands when you lost the object for a moment and you need to hold it to get it back, the hands would be in the correct position in that moment.
15th February 2016 - 15:51
I'm very interested in seeing and learning more about the way you animate. I'm a huge fan of your animations and
want to improve my own work.
I tried watching your walk cycle animation video for Koro but at some point the audio and video drift apart and it
becomes almost impossible to follow. Is it possible to fix this issue?
16th February 2016 - 11:33
@rapppc: thanks for letting us know, I had no idea about the sync problem! :) we'll try to fix it this week (readjust the video, re-export it and put the new version on the cloud)
29th February 2016 - 21:34
Great. Really interesting to see you go through each stage in the process. Nice surprise appearance by The Doctor too ha ha ha. Think the format works well, nice and relaxed. Good stuff
9th March 2016 - 11:07
Really loved this, keep'em coming! If you have time that is :-)