1:12 to 1:16. Would it be possible have to slight zoom-in here? Currently it feels a bit static.
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totaly agree with you Tom. That shot (and the next after it ) are from the old previz.. Cheers! :]
Hi Jolanta and Leo! just wanted to stop by and say well done for tackling such complex animation! Your learning and practice really shows and Im pleased to see that.lovely.I like the sound, atmosphere and the characters. .. but I crave to see more of the evil wolf's performance. his bulky sharp edged body shouldnt stop him from being frighfully dynamic, but can add to it.I know I had shown this in one of our classes before,.. but I always find it inspiring, take a look at Glen Keane's pencil animation of his Beast http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_07TWsXxjUAnd I know Im being picky here, but Im taking the liberty cos I know your capacity... The shot where the wolves are jumping overhead camera (1.17 onwards) is a bit static with no movement in both the wolves muscles and limbs. Loving the development of your project.. keep it going guys. goodluck.
hey meg! :] giving you 10+ for this massive feedback :] Thanks for being so thorough :] However, that paeticular shot wasn't animated in this pre-viz :D hopefully it will be looking nice with the animation already set in place :] cheers! :]
Thanks for the feedback Meg! Its great to hear from you. Hopefully we will have done these wolves justice!