Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Taylor's Temptation Final Animation

For those of you who have been following this blog for a while, this will be of no surprise to you. I have been working very diligently on my first ever 3D short animation for an Introduction to Animation class I am taking. The film is called Taylor's Temptation, based on my short story I wrote shortly before the class began. It was a fun story to write, but after working with it for so long, I can't wait to get writing some funnier ones!

Being my first adventure into 3D animation, I have to say that it was a blast! At the same time, it was extremely frustrating at times and very challenging to overcome obstacles when you are so unfamiliar with a program. But, once I got through the initial learning curve, I was in much better shape. I've taken this as a learning experience and nothing too serious because I plan to create much better films in the near future!

I won't stall any longer. Enjoy my first short film, Taylor's Temptation!

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12 comments:

  1. Considering that was your first attempt, kudos to you. I love the look of it being an old film reel. I like the camera angles too. I want to see more!

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  2. Thanks for the nice words Ricky! There will be much more to come in the future. Trust me on that one. ;)

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  3. Very nice, Josh. I love your post production work, very clean. Excellent start and I can't wait to see what's next.

    Bravo!

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  4. Much appreciated Jason. I'd have to say that I was much more comfortable in post than during production. Haha! It was definitely a lot of fun. I can't wait to see what's next either.

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  5. Very nice my man. I like your camera angles (especially the entering of the door) and the feel you created during the post production process. You definately pulled off the somber/regretful feel you were aiming for. Good job!

    Can't wait to see what's next.

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  6. Very nice! The film grain and sepia fit well with the style/story.

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  7. Very nice! I was a little unsure about the sepia affect, but it fits very well. The music flows well with the animation.
    Great job!

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  8. Thank you for all the kind words everyone! There will be more to come.

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  9. Very Nice! It made me cry for I too have a button I cannot push yet it temps me like a forbidden apple!

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  10. This animation was featured on the Abduzeedo daily Inspiration blog post just yesterday! Woohoo!

    http://abduzeedo.com/daily-inspiration-190

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