By today’s check-in, more scenes have been started. The opening scene, which I deemed a high priority has been completed. The following two interior scenes have fully animated backgrounds and foreground elements; including a flickering light and moving conveyer belt in the wide shot of the background. The closer shot features a stationary belt with an infinite scrolling background. A later scene from the end is also nearly finished – the car crashing through a brick wall has the wall’s destruction fully animated. Continue reading
Work finished for the first production check-in center around the building of various assets to be used early in production. Aside from gathering all the assets to be used, a few finished pieces on display include the factory as well as the sky backdrop. The GIF animation also displays a potential idea for a different animation.
Presenting my the preproduction process of my project involved using my scanned storyboards to explain my story all the way through, as if presenting to a brand new audience. I talked through my scanned storyboards to give a more in-depth description of the story and explain my choices. It was also important to explain certain changes that I adopted based on critiques. Continue reading
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I chose to base my sequence of storyboards off of my second logline, which involves the production of a car.