Re: The Animation Challenge
Here is my entry hope Im not too late
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Here is my entry hope Im not too late
Nope your not thanks for entering!
Ok the winner is, drum roll........ Weasel Animations! Your animation was smooth and crisp, I liked how you made the guy mutate slowly and also how you used a brick to for the other guy mutating at the end.
Smash I liked how you made the guy threw his shirt on the ground when he mutated the only thing I would do differently next time is to try to keep your character in focus and be more aware of your lighting, but other than that it was good.
Congratulations Weasel Animations you get to choose the next theme.
Thank you brickorbrack!
The next theme is...Cutting! Cutting cakes, boards, prices...no wait.
All entry must be submitted by the 10th. I will judge as soon as possible.
I'm looking forward to seeing what you make. Good luck!
Last edited by AlphaWeasel (April 6, 2017 (05:54pm))
Sounds really good! I will see if I can try this.
You're last entry was GREAT! This film should give some inspiration:
Here is my entry: https://youtu.be/tAw2SwgYFiM
It is time to announce the winner, Of this close match. It is... Raptor Studios!
The jumping and slicing was very well done, and the throwing was flawless. My only suggestion would be to keep the plants from moving on the ground
Simple Brick Studios: The falling of the objects was well done! The use of tape made a difference. My suggestion would be to make the slicing a little more elaborate. You did very well too.
Thank you both for entering! Take it away Raptor!
Last edited by AlphaWeasel (May 28, 2017 (11:41pm))
Thank you Weasel animations!
The new animation challenge is: Brick-Built Laser Blasts This can mean a laser from a blaster, cannon, or anything that deploys a sci-fi laser blast. Here is an example from The Lego Movie:
As shown, the laser is built out of Star Wars light saber blade pieces, but you can use whatever you want to for this challenge. Remember, I am judging solely on movement, so don't be shy to enter even if your lighting isn't great. The deadline to submit is the 19th of April and I will judge as soon as possible. Have fun and good luck!
Here's my entry. This is also a test.
Last edited by AlphaWeasel (April 12, 2017 (09:11pm))
Come on guys, lets get some more entries this time!
I'll try to make an entry. Wish I could use pre existing footage as I did a nice laser blast in my second test video. Oh well, I'll just have to make another one
I know you said that because not many people post here raptor. But it is only two days after the challenge was announced
Last edited by Sir Snorlax (April 13, 2017 (08:36pm))
Here you go!
Here is my entry!
This was really fun! Thanks for doing this contest.
Mod edit: Please edit your post instead of double posting. Thanks!
Last edited by rioforce (April 20, 2017 (08:55am))
Looks like it is time to judge! And the winner is.......1999mrlegoman
Your entry was very smooth, and I like the variety of pieces used. Excellent work!
Edward Penguin: Really nice blasts! the flashes and movement here was really entertaining to watch.
Weasel Animations: Of course this one was smooth because it was animated at a whopping 25fps! Great job! The movements flowed excellently.
Smash: The close range fight scene in this was nice. The flashes from the weapons was also good. Nice job!
Congrats mrlegoman! I am looking forward to seeing the next challenge.
Thanks Raptor! That was a fun theme to animate.
Does anyone have any suggestions for what to do next?
I was thinking of slow-motion, but if someone else has an idea they like, I am open to suggestions.
Either way, I will announce the new theme on Saturday (the twenty-second).
3 FPS challange? What would it look like if pros filmed with that? I think it would be quite fun and in a way challanging.
If it is 3fps, I cannot enter, as my software can only go down to five.
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