Sooo, the school’s just put online the CG exercises we’ve been working on since january. “Sisters” is the one @marionoir, @mylenecominotti, @manon-serda and I worked on. (and here’s some research I did at some point between Manon’s storyboard and Marion’s awesome final colorscript.)
Notes I took from my Daddy as advice for ALL Caregivers
I asked my daddy, and he says “the best way to make them feel good is attention. Not too much to oversaturate them, but you don’t want to make them feel like they’re not needed or wanted. Give them as much as you can, but give them space when they want. Every time you can, give them time. But when you need space, you have to tell them too.”
“Find out their interests. See what you can do to help them get into little space, and what works best. Experiment with them to see what makes them feel happiest in little space.”
“Set rules. Make them achievable, but not overwhelming.” (Also punishments, but not all spankings -me)
“Interact with them when they’re little. Get involved. Listen to them talk about their drawings, and tell them how much you love it. Put it on your fridge.”
“If they ask you to name stuff for them, such as a stuffie, do it. It’s a huge honor. It means you’re really important to them and you matter so much to them.”
“Read stories to them (via Skype if you’re ldr). And find a board game, like battleship that you can play ldr, if you are.”
“It all boils down to finding a happy medium for the amount of attention she wants and you want to give.”
“Never expect a relationship to be 50/50. Always be sure to put more in and be ready to get less out, just in case. Once you expect 50/50, you’ll always be disappointed. It doesn’t mean the partner is a bad person, but we’re all only human, and we can only do so much.”
(From me) If they fall asleep early, send them a cute paragraph for them to wake up to. It’s super fun to wake up to something sweet from Daddy.
Not his exact words because I was typing fast and didn’t reread anything until now, but take this stuff to heart. Sorry it’s not extravagant, these are only notes, not his exact words. He sounded much more exhilarating.
A little oil-barrel dog I made for fun. Design largely inspired by
Practiced rigging from scratch, though I ran into an issue I couldn’t find more about. I want to limit the joint rotation on the knees, but it is attached to an IK system. Maybe me more technically savvy followers can maybe help me out?
I have the model/rig for download here. It is kind of janky (I have two IK systems on the legs for different rotations) but feel free to do anything within reason
The colorboard of our CG film “Tides”, with many different color propositions for the sequences. The goal was to achieve something simple with sharp shapes but cinematographic and realistic in the same time.
And here comes “Tides”, a visual poem co-directed with the one and only @simon-duong. It was supposed to be a CG exercice at school, but we decided to do something else. We put so much love and work into this… I truly hope you will like it. Put your headphones on, press play and enjoy! Don’t forget the subtitles if you don’t understand French.
Loosing himself between memories and fantasies from his childhood, a sailor remembered his encounter, friendship and love with the sea.
“I first saw them from the top of the cliff Some days I watched them sliding on the sand Coming and leaving as the days went by The wind carrying their scent on my face We were good friends back then I observed them in silence Behind the barrier of sand One of them pulled me into her run She was fiery and fast The other, peaceful Unveiled her treasures in the sunrise You never stopped calling my name Carrying my body on your swell, pulling me away from the shores I’m sailing today come hell or high water on this sea with two faces”
Some artworks for “Tides” made with my good friend @simon-duong. The first three pictures were concepts we made while searching for the visual direction of the short. The others are sky paintings which you can see in the film.
The characters in the concepts were designed by Simon.