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    Undergraduate Thesis Animation

    This is the animation that I made for my Undergrad thesis in Painting. I posted a really rough version of this a while ago, but after a few months of work, here's what I've come up with. I've never had a formal class in animation, so everything I did here I kind of had to figure out along the way. Please feel free to comment... suggestions and opinions are most welcome.

    Sanctuary from Adrian Cox on Vimeo.



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    Your layouts are certainly working for you on a pro level. Just wish there were more progression and animation in the piece. Also you've got some good concepts and overall this seems more of a concept on an animation or an animatic for further development. Once your animating I think your characters will be more interesting as well. Try to get a character sheet going where you draw the guy from a bunch of different angles. Then you will have a better idea of what the guy can do and what you're story's gonna be about!

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    thanks! Yeah, the character animation was definitely where I ran into problems. I really just wish I could have spent a whole extra semester working out the movements/character.

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    Outstanding creative choices in the audio. While there was obviously a lot of work put into the visual elements, the sound "marries" well with them, and goes a long way toward selling the narrative.

    I got the feeling of watching something like those Aeon Flux or The Maxx episodes on MTV back in the '90s or so. I was especially impressed with the computer interface elements animating 3-dimensionally. The special effects got the job done without being distracting. This did not come across to me as amateur work at all. Well done!

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    Thank's SuperScroggz! That's really encouraging to hear!

    Also, I just noticed something strange. I randomly checked the youtube url for an animation I did over a year ago, and saw that cout-mecha (I assume this was him) commented on this video about 6 months ago. Huh... the internet's a small world.

    Here's the link to my vimeo upload of it:

    Requiem from Adrian Cox on Vimeo.



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    A good atmosphere

    enjoyed that, I noticed how you added nuerons in there too. Virtual reality?

    Good stuff man!

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