In my Storyboard class on Tuesday, we ran out of time presenting everybody's presentations, and seeing as how I was still making adjustments and writing on my presentation boards, five other students and I are presenting next Tuesday.
...And holy shit, what a relief; that gives me an opportunity to really throw some craftsmanship in there and make it stand out! Although I don't doubt it'll have any trouble standing out...the longest Storyboard the class saw yesterday was 27 frames long....mine has 48...Fuck my life for getting off on a tangent.
Originally it was all done in pencil, so now I can ink and color it. I'm excited to act it out for people, as it follows a caveman trying to make a pass at a super hot jungle babe and everything backfires, without a single word spoken...lot's of grunts and screaming.
Meanwhile, today I just got done with my Maya 3D mid-term...the project was to render and texture items that could be found on your desk. Originally I was going to do a beer can, but I couldn't find a GOOD picture of Shiner Bock in can form, so I just went with DP. Personally, I don't think it's too terrible for my first 3D thing ever, but I'm hoping that I'm able to render and animate the mech's that I doodle in my free-time in the near-future.
Now that a great deal of stress is off my shoulders, it's time to finish that flash!
Also, keep an eye out for the Warhammer 40K Collab coming out soon! When you see it, five it like a palm-slap on the rear.
Film at Eleven
Also, dumping this link here for future use.
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Blow those other presentations out of the water!
Aye aye, cap'n!
I am impressed by the reflections in that render.
All it needs is a glazed prostitute in the background and it describes what happened last Sunday quite well.
Brb, learning how to use Maya in 10 minutes.
Good luck on your Storyboard class project.
I've been wanting to learn some sort of art form for a long time. I suppose you could say making music is art, but I'm not very good at that yet, either.
I guess I just don't have the work ethic to really be good at anything.
You just gotta practice a lot...practice more with your music, or hell, even start taking classes.
I haven't regretted going to school once since I started.
Yo soy el gato negro.
EL GATO NEGRO!?!?