Anime studio 7 animation / "Just Moving Pictures"

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Anime studio 7 animation / "Just Moving Pictures"

Post by moki_lsd » Fri Sep 30, 2011 5:31 am

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Post by wizaerd » Fri Sep 30, 2011 6:08 am

I don't quite "get it", but I like it. Looked good, sequed nicely between the different segements. I liked the wavery line affect, although truth be told, it could've been decreased a smidge...
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Post by toonertime » Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:31 am

i enjoyed your animation effort!

it has a nice esoteric propaganda feel
to it.

i found the wiggling effect a bit annoying, tho.

hope you do more!
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Post by slowtiger » Fri Sep 30, 2011 12:28 pm

I really like that style. Those b/w drawings with the added tint remind me of silent movies, where this was the predominant style.

Don't get the story, though, but doesn't matter. For a student film really not bad.

Did you create all backgrounds in AS and have their lines animated?
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Post by SvenFoster » Fri Sep 30, 2011 2:13 pm

no idea what it was about..but didnt care

Its actually the first ASP 7 wavy line animation that I didnt hate...I liked it

really liked the black and white with a single color style... very strong.

was it all anime studio vectors?
What *if* the Hokey cokey *is* what its all about?
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Post by moki_lsd » Fri Sep 30, 2011 2:47 pm

yeah, these shaky lines can get annoying especially when it zooms in, but oh well, next time I will try to fix it (if I ever do it again).

backgrounds are also created in anime studio an they are vectors. I had many ideas, one of them was to use an old yellow paper as a background, but it just happened to be like this. After all I liked the colors like this.

all anime studio vectors.

of course, after everything was done in anime studio, color correction and the rest of post production was done in Adobe After Effects CS3.

Thank you.

-Moki R.
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