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11 Second Club – June 2010 – Dailies 5

Sunday, June 27th, 2010

Next round of dailies for the June project. I spent a good chunk of the day yesterday working on lighting and then doing render passes today. I’ll be sending this around to get some feedback before making the final render in time for the June deadline.

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11 Second Club – June 2010 – Dailies 4

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

Next daily on the June challenge. I revisited a few spots on the man as I wasn’t satisfied with the arc his left arm was making; upon turning on motion trails I noticed it was going all over the place, so I refined that a bit. Most of the progress is working on in-betweens for the woman, though there’s still a little left to do on that.

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11 Second Club – June 2010 – Dailies 3

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Next batch of dailies. The man’s in-betweening is mostly done, barring some tweaks and adding in some details. I know there’s some clipping going on with the woman character just as the man falls forward, but she’s still on her stepped blocking; that’ll get fixed when I do in-betweens for her.

11 Second Club – June 2010 – Dailies 2

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Second round of dailies. I’ve done the first pass of in-betweens on the man for the first half of the sequence. The latter half of the full clip is the same stepped blocking from the previous dailies, so I didn’t include that in the playblast.

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11 Second Club – June 2010 – Dailies 1

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

First round of dailies for the June 2010 11 Second Challenge. So far I’ve blocked in the main poses with stepped tangents. I was a little surprised to find out that Maya 2011′s playblasts are a little bugged (hard-coded to render at 24fps regardless of program settings), but for rough dailies, temporarily changing the scene frame rate to 24fps should be okay until this bug is fixed.

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Youtube channel updated

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

I’ve added the individual clips from my demo reel onto my Youtube page. These will be added to the portfolio section of my website shortly. In the meantime, please visit my Youtube channel if you’d like to view them.