I’m moving to vimeo. From here on, I’ll be uploading my reels or any other videos on Vimeo.
Underdog is my final film for the Computer Animation program at Sheridan (2016).
I really wish I had some more time to work on polishing my animation, but again, It all boils downs to what I can pull of in what time I have.
I learned tons working on this project, worked on things that I never imagined I would be working on.
A montage of my works from the Computer Animation program-2016.
Got to explore a lot, many more times than what I expected.
I hope you like it.
I was trying to explore the world of camera and layout, and came across this article. Check it out if you are interested 😀
So, here it is… the short that I have been working for the last few weeks.
I had a lot of fun exploring the design, and technical stuff.
I will be really happy to hear your views on this one :D..
After 2 brutal weeks, I successfully completed my first short. Just a 10 second long clip and yet so much work went into it.
I should say I am pretty satisfied with the result. I am really surprised by how much I explored and learnt in just a couple of weeks. But there is tons and tons more that I should learn.
I will probably post the work flow and my film over the weekend. But until then, Stay Tuned!!
Ughh!!! Finally..an update after so long…
I’ve been pretty busy for the last couple of weeks. Can’t reveal everything, but here is a sneak peak into something that I am working on now. Working a sculpture (Left) and also a 10 seconds short (Right) something that involves paper planes.
Facing many new challenges everyday and this is taking the process of learning to a whole new level.
Met some amazing people who inspire me every time i talk to them(Involves Industry veterans HI HU HI HI HU :D).
Best part: Soon, I`ll have to produce a minute long short…..
I’ll try my best to keep you guys posted.
If you love mystery and thrilling case studies, I have a podcast for you suggested to me by friend. You can find it here..
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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for my blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 37 trips to carry that many people.