Jail Break is a project that I started when I was first learning how to use Maya. The project was very basic. I decided for my demo to elevate this project and in a sense almost redo the entire project. I started storyboarding and thought of a new way to bring this project to life. Some of the work I kept like the models, rig and environment. I did however, have to redo the animation and change the how the keys walked. The way they walked didn’t look natural. In the end I am very happy with the result. Below is a video of Jail Break and a playblast of the rig for the keys.
Below is a video of my finished walk cycle. This was honestly one of the hardest animation projects I have encountered. Walk cycle are difficult. I am really glad to have created one. It helps you to understand the 12 principles animation. I used the Andy Rig version 1.4.6.
For my final project I was tasked with making a video in Adobe Premiere. The directions for this project were to make it interesting, meaning I was to find something that could be seen as boring and make it interesting to the viewer. I decided that I wanted to collaborate on this project with a peer in class. We came up with urban playground. The video is in a link below.
In this project I worked in Adobe Animate and created a custom mouse action. Below is a link to the webpage. I encountered a few problems with this project. My main issue was the gif I created was too large and was slowing down the browser. Once I fixed that issue it worked fine.
The concrete poetry project was created as a collaborative project involving everyone in the class. Each person was given a word to use. We decided as a group to create a narrative including all the words. Below is a link to the page I created.
To view the page from the beginning use the link below:
Below is my Seasons project fully rendered, which showcases particle effects and ncloth. Seasons was created in Maya 2016 and Adobe After Effects. The rain and snow were particle effects created in Maya. The pollen was created in After Effects.
Below is a link to a flipbook I created on benettonplay and it shows a ball bouncing a across the screen. The flipbook is made up of 100 frames.