Source: Flooby Nooby
This was my first animation project done under commission for the International Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart. It was animated frame by frame using Flash and After Effects and was finished during my third year of studying at the Institute of Animation in Ludwigsburg Germany. Music by Philipp Noll and Axel Huber. Copyright 2009 by Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg
CTN 2011 is almost here.
PS. You can spot me in this video if you pay close attention.
Folks are arriving in town at this very moment and Facebook and Twitter are all a buzz with people marveling at how beautiful my home town is. I’ll be at Siggraph for all fives days, hope to see you there!
Going to Siggraph this year?
How ’bout now? I’ll be there!
Tuesday – June 21, 7:30 PM, Jim Gettinger, Lighting Supervisor, will discuss lighting and lighting design as it pertains to the overall aesthetic of Blue Sky Studios’ latest animated hit, RIO. This talk will explore the developmental work pursued by Jim and his team taking the listener through many stages of the production process at Blue Sky. Lighting and lighting techniques will be presented from concept art, through pre-visualization, master lighting, and compositing. Jim will also highlight the artistic and technical challenges encountered developing a stylized vision of the world renowned city Rio de Janeiro and believable original characters using Blue Sky’s proprietary photo-realistic ray-tracing software, CGI StudioTM.
Get your tickets here.