Baxter’s pencil tests and A great workflow article!

February 21, 2008 at 7:25 pm (Uncategorized)

Hi guys,

Seems like these days Im not writing much of my own stuff, but only pointing to others. If you feel robbed of time for coming here, im sorry, but honestly, i think the stuff that I gave links to is GOLD. Today is no more different, however, I do plan to write a little TUT/WORKFLOW thing for a head turn very soon. But until then, to keep your animation eyes satisfied, I’ve got some great stuff for you.

First, as usual, its Kevin Koch at synchrolux.com with an awesome post containing pencil tests of James Baxter from the movie sinbad. Funny how it is Sin-Bad in the west, where as it is SINDH-Baad here in terms of pronunciation. Well, any hoo, here is the link to the awesome animations :

Baxter tests on Synchrolux

And now, the workflow article from FLIP blog :

WORKFLOW GOLD

I am not going to write about it. Go and read for yourself. Its too awesome a post to write about. But before doing that, do check this out :

Quite violent, but terrific terrific animation. i didnt have the stomach for watching it though, too damn cruel for my tastes, so didnt watch it too many times. But if you are fine with FPS games, you will enjoy it, i guess. But animation wise, really really awesome. Check it out. The workflow tutorial link above is for these shots.

Be good, be non-violent, learn, enjoy!! πŸ˜‰

DJ

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2 Comments

  1. mahesh said,

    Nice post Sir..!! Kool

  2. Irateness said,

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation πŸ™‚ Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Irateness.

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