I did it.
I showed my film, "fork and knife" at Comic Con. It ended up being a pretty nice turn out. And it was awesome to see my film shown on the big screen. It's so strange to watch something you made a year ago. This experience has gotten me excited and refreshed about my next short. Since Fork and Knife I have animated professionally on 4 separate shows. All of those experiences has taught me to be a better animator. I feel like my skills are finally reaching a good point where I feel confident in telling the stores I want to tell. Now if only I can find the time.
HERE WATCH ME TALK ABOUT MY FILM WITH THE TWO OTHER GUYS WHO HELPED ME MAKE THIS SHORT COME TO LIFE ^_^!
Thank you again David Harri and Steve Wilder Blumenthal for coming to support my Short and taking time out of your life to help me make my dream a reality ^_^! TO THE NEXT SHORT!
Speaking of which.
Well the 2nd try to make a resin mold went south yet again. I feel like the process gives really great results but It's a bit expensive to risk time and resources so I'm going ahead with the puppet as a foam build up puppet. So far I clip foam him every night. And I'm slowly getting somewhere decent.
I also just taught myself how to use a sewing machine. So when I sew his clothes it should be easier. Once there is something nice to show. I will snap a photo. But At the moment he's a giant pretty head on top of clumps of foam is different degrees of completeness.
Side note Over.
I think the most interesting this I learned from Comic Con. Was I don't want to spend my life being someone who likes things. Think about it. We all go to work and then get home to spend our free time doing whatever we want. As I sat in on some of the panels I felt like man I really hope I never give up on my dreams and spend my free time liking stuff and consuming. Life is way to short to be doing that.
....I still don't own a television. oops.
On the other hand I sure do love that show Outlander. ^_^.
On WORD AND UP WORD!