Red Rock Panoramics


I went to Red Rock last weekend to get some panoramics to use in 3D space. The whole class went and some of us camped out which was fun as hell. Also- got this book in the mail!

Which I hope will be awesome

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Trucking Along

We shot the first scene- starting the COMPOSIIIIIIIIIITE. Hard to find time for anything- but I’ll churn out a larger post sometime soon.

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Cubicle Update Photo

          I almost forgot that I wanted to do this. At the beginning of my first year at USC I posted a photo of my cubicle.
Now its the second year now- SECOND CELL-PHONE PANORAMA OF MY CUBICLE. TRADITIONS!

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Character Design Test

 

Just trying to keep the volume with of this skull with a head turn. Tomorow I want to animate the same move, same timing, photoshop only, no lines. See if I can pull it off.

Shooting the frames in low-light makes the animation look like some old-timey film:

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Beach Construction

Andrew and I built the beach today. These are some test-shots I took at Home Depot to see which succulents would look best from the bottom up:

LA is insane. There is a dedicated store for everything. After Home Depot we went to Foam-mart for foam, Necromance for tiny bones and shells, Mother Pluckers for feathers. Here are some shots of our aggregated materials:

And making the beach. Working with such a loose foam was actually a really pleasant surprise:

I’m really excited. Lighting is going to be hard to get right, and things are getting harder already. I’m starting to feel the time-constraint anxiety that possessed me all last semester. Which is good. It felt weird not being stressed. But working with Andrew is fun, Katie is contributing a lot of great props and sweetness. I think the project is gonna be cool. Here’s a HYPER rough mock-up of an already rough panoramic we shot today:

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