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Bēhance

  • This is my animation final project from Vancouver Film School.
  • Breakdown list:

    Shot #1, Head Title Sequence, Stop Motion / Cloth, strings, cardboards & maple leaves, I'm responsible for storyboards, pre-production, & anim
     ation.

    Shot #2, CG Lightbulb, Maya 2011/ Zbrush/ Photoshop/ Nuke/ Premiere Pro, I'm responsible for storyboards, pre-production, modeling, rigging, voice acting & animation.

    Shot #3, End Credits, Stop Motion / Chalk & Cardboards, I’m responsible for storyboards, pre-production, & animation.
  • Here are some links of the people who made this project possible and way more awesome, please feel free to click on any of their names should you require any of their services. Thank you very much.

    Concept Development ............................................................Chris De la RochaLighting & Compositing ...................................................Fernando Centurión
    Matte Painter & Colourist ..............................................................Shivas ThilakTiming Audio ......................................................................................Daniel FerreiraScreenplay ...........................................................................................Sean AnthonyCharacter Design ...........................................................................Georgina RomoMEL Tools ..................................................................................Sirak GhebremusseTitle Sequence Director of Photography...............................Arcelia Ocaña





  • And now a little behind the scenes...




  • Arcelia Ocana took this picture while helping me out shoot the title sequence
  • Before sending animation to render, I animated the intensity and color of lights on the compositing software, and this is a test of it.
  • This is one of the early 2D line-tests I did to understand better the character and the shot, before touching the computer.
  • Frame of Mr. Lightbulb breaking lever beat, from a 2D line-test.
  • Frame of Mr. Lightbulb melting, from a 2D line-test.
  • Frame of Mr. Lightbulb getting somewhat crazy, from a 2D line-test.
  • Some planning thumbnails, where I explored all the ways to approach it, and got to decide my acting choices.
  • This is one of the tension beats, it was really important to understand how much Mr. Lightbulb would press on each try, depending on how stressed it was.
  • Figuring out what the phrasing should be for the beginning of the shot.
  • One of the reasons why I love doing this, is looking for reference, you can find the coolest random stuff in this world :D. This one helped me out to figure out how should Mr. Lightbulb melt.
  • Some more studies for finding the best way to melt Mr. Lightbulb.
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  • This is a funny reaction from accidentally breaking my friends broom, I liked so much the reaction that I ended up using the essence of the expressions, on Mr. Lightbulb.