The Itch - my graduation film

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Little Yamori
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Re: The Itch - my graduation film

Post by Little Yamori » Tue Aug 23, 2016 1:15 am

Fantastic,

It's always great to see successful projects with no dialog, as the expressions have to do all the heavy lifting of communicating the story, along with perfectly composed and edited music, and shot direction. Excellent work
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Re: The Itch - my graduation film

Post by Small.Earthling » Thu Aug 25, 2016 10:15 pm

Wow! I'm new to this, so I can't yet imagine how much work must have went into this. But it looks really great! Encouraging, if such things are possible with Moho ...
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Re: The Itch - my graduation film

Post by Dodgy » Fri Aug 26, 2016 3:50 am

Great work!
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Re: The Itch - my graduation film

Post by Monobrave » Tue Aug 30, 2016 8:29 am

PatrickS wrote:It's a bit of an oldie by now, since I graduated in 2009, but I just uploaded this to youtube and thought it would be fun to share it here. I'm not sure wich version of the software I used, but I know we didn't have smartbones and such, so I mostly used simple bone setups and point animation to pose the characters. Backgrounds are a combination of 3d mockups and photoshop. Hope you like it!


Excellent use of Anime studio!
You used a fine mixture of rigging and vector morphing that
resulted in a very genuine and professional looking aesthetic.

I'm sure you graduation film stood out very nicely among your peers.
Hope to see more!
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