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Hello Daniel, how can we contact you regarding a project?
I am always open to collaborating on creative projects. I can be contacted at Harman.email@example.com
Marketing shot I worked on when I first started on Rio 2. My contribution was Jewel and the kids in the part where Blu trips over the crowd. Some awesome work by Tony Mecca on the humming bird.
In two weeks I’ll be finishing up work at Blue Sky on the upcoming film Rio 2. I have learned so much in these few months, and it has been incredible to get to work with this amazing team on the project. I’m very excited to say that I will be moving on to another great project. In a few weeks I will be starting cinematic work at Bungie on their upcoming game, Destiny. I can’t wait to join this talented team there, and am looking forward to new challenges.1 note
hi asher . i wanna ask about posing . how can i get inspiration when i start animate a shot .. all my poses are similar also my video reference nothing new ... Sorry For My Bad English.,.... thanks
Great question. I had the same problem for a long time. You have to gather a large collection of inspirational images to use for a starting point. Character art, model sheets, concept art, and frames from animated wok. Collecting it will help to expand your visual vocabulary and give you a place to go when starting a shot. I personally use pinterest.com to discover and keep it all in one place. I have built a large library and gone there to find character art to help inform the posing in my shot. Set up an account start following boards that focus on character work. Here is a good place to start, http://www.pinterest.com/prexxuss/ and then you can find many boards from there. Best of luck.
Cartoon Test Animation
Test animation I did using reference from Muffin Jack. The purpose of the test was to get a better understanding of cartoon motion and timing.