Monthly Archives: February 2016

Alpaca Lunch

This week we worked on lip syncing. One of the assignments is to create a 100-120 frame animation to match a set piece of dialogue. For some reason, before starting this course, I would always do the animation before recording the … Continue reading

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Facial Expression Exercise

This week we worked on a short animation focused on facial expression. The brief was: a character sits at a desk, then a box comes in screen left and the character reaches in to grab an object. They react to the … Continue reading

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Nimblette the Gerenuk

This is Nimblette the gerenuk, based off of the slightly weird-looking antelope from the Horn of Africa and the African Great Lakes region. She’s a light-hearted, sweet little creature, not immensely intelligent but very inquisitive. In the initial design of Nimblette, I relied … Continue reading

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