We added a new scene to the animation last week but it’s not supposed to be a final work anyway. The new story would involve another “escaper” from the vending machine and hopefully it’s a boy. So, a lot can happen… It’s always been hard to squeeze time out of all other projects in the [...]
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I went with Lina, Daniel and Gloria to see Pipilotti Rist’s “Pour Your Body Out” last Friday to pull our bodies out from the wires and codes but strangely I have no memory of that night at all. Okay I still remember the couch since we all got into the central area and saw people [...]
This is a short piece for commlab AfterFx assignment. I know it’s hardly anything like the proposed storyboard, but please believe that this is just a tiny little piece of teaser preview……
I’ll be working with molmol on the animation and … it’ll be, again, a lot of work… So here’s the storyboard. Visit this page for uninterrupted browsing experience. charactor originally designed by molmol, great work!
yes we made it! on time! and fantastic! Thank Lina, Bryan and Adi!
Check out the time lapse video while we were filming the video work for comm lab. I took out some of the blank screens while we were out having a break (and yes, pizza and beer). It’s not one hundred percent compliant with the original storyboard due to the time. Let’s see what we can [...]
This post is one of the catch up series posting since mid-term! Set 1: International Language Track 1 and Background Music Set 2: International Language Track 2 and English Track
http://itp.nyu.edu/~lx243/commlab_storyboard/ Special thanks to Adi, Bryan and Lina! It’ll be a great film!
I was usually slow in reading assignment not only because I read really slowly but also that it’s so easy to get me distracted from reading a book especialy while the laptop is on (for looking up words in the dictionary! seriously!). There was a fantastic stop motion animation which perfectly described my situation and [...]
Panda Attack!!! Thanks Emily! UPDATE: Story board! UPDATE 2: pandemonium |ˌpandəˈmōnēəm| noun wild and noisy disorder or confusion; uproar : pandemonium broke out. ORIGIN mid 17th cent.: modern Latin (denoting the place of all demons, in Milton’s Paradise Lost), from pan- [all] + Greek daimōn ‘demon.’ UPDATE 3: tweezers |ˈtwēzərz| plural noun (also a pair [...]