I am now allowed to show one of the spots I've worked on during my summer job at Nobel Biocare.
This is the christmas spot we've made that was sent to clients around the world with the holidays. Enjoy!
As promised I have spent some time making a tutorial. It's a 3 part demonstration of Maya 2013's interface and I cover a little bit of workflow and shortcuts. It's the first video tutorial I ever did and it was quite hard to do, I had to make quite some retakes. It's especially hard to keep thinking of things to say and at the same time maintain some structure in what I do. I learned a lot from doing this.
I've shared this with my co-students and they seem to like it a lot so I'll try to make some more specific ones in the future.
Anyway here's part 1:
Also, I came across this great blog called Frame by Frame where you can see some sequences of animation movies frame by frame and in .gif. Very interesting to take a look at and see how great animators tackled some of their shots.
Also, since I'm trying to make this place a little more interesting, I want to try making some tutorials of sort about stuff I learn/discover regarding animation and other things. Now let's see, what do I know.. :p
Happy newyear first of all :)
I've been buzy lately, but I'll quickly give you an update.
The quest for an internship has come to a good end. Next month I will be joining the team at Hoaxland for a while. Pretty exciting, but I'm sure it will be fun and learnful.
I've bought two books on animation in maya (How to cheat in Maya 2013, about general animation techniques and Stop Staring, about facial animation), as well as Jason Schleifer's AFR series. So I know what to do.
I returned to gaming a little bit, blame Gabe Newell and his sweet steam sales.
Recently finished Portal 2 and man, what a game :). Also 'Thirty Flights of Stairs', a very short storydriven indie game with no real gameplay whatsoever, you have to find out what the story is through the environment and the characters. I like that kind of mechanic. It really pulls you in and lets you explore and imagine.
Nice music as well :).
Also, my final exams are right around the corner, so I've got a bunch of work to do. See y'all around :)