How’s this for fandom?
Been in New Mexico with extended family. I return to base today.
My good buddy and all around goofy guy, Mike Pelensky, just started a tumblr! Follow him! He’s a wizard when it comes to funny doodles filled with cartoon energy
It’s a thing
Everyone’s favorite video game character, Mega Norman, must save Princess Normina from the evil clutches of darkness!
A CG Animated Film by:
Gabe Del Valle (gadartworx.tumblr.com/)
Alex Salyer (alexsalyer.tumblr.com/)
Made at the Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD)
quick toonboom doodle of Bear-Girl
Yo, everyone! Follow my good pal Alex Salyer for for more cartoony goodness like this!
Here’s some guides I did to point out the differences between boarding for a 2-D show and a 3-D show. For the most part, all traditional film making theory still applies, but you have a lot more freedom when moving the camera.
“Freedom” is director speak for “come on, we got a nifty CG environment where we can do crazy camera moves. Use it!!”
And then we have to draw it ;)
But hey, directors are right- if you have it, use it! It is a very good storytelling tool when used well.
Great to see also the camera moves comparisons between a regular 2D show and a CG one.