More work, and more mistakes, i’m becoming crazy! 😅 wip 3!
Edit1 : Clean (missing the eyelashes and the crown)
Edit2 : Colors+crown+eyelashes, next round (and it will be the last one), shadows+lights !
Edit3 : Final turn around, I know there is still a lot of mistakes, but i think it was a pretty good HARD exercise ! And it was the occasion to learn a little bit about how to use After Effect ! I’ll do an other one, but this time with a character that already exist in the animation world. Now I need to move on, and learn, work on animation exercise. Even if it was long, it was fun ! :)
Dream big, they say, shoot for the stars. Then they lock us away for 12 years and tell us where to sit, when to pee and what to think. Then we turn 18, and even though we’ve never had an original thought, we have to make the most important decision of our lives. And if you don’t have the money, and if you don’t really have the grades, a lot of the decision gets made for you.
for non french speakers: basically Mahé suffers from a very rare disease since she was born, until a strange alien breaks into the hospital’s window and gets into her body. curing her instantanely and giving her special abilities, which is super cool. But now all the scary TV people want her, which is super uncool. Fortunately the alien is still here, in her wig, preventing her from eventual danger.
i just want it to be clear that i fucking hate every single one of the founding fathers and everyone involved in that time era. i understand & acknowledge that they were ALL racist & sexist,
homophobic + just all out horrible people.
i only like the characterized versions of them from popular things like Hamilton + Turn, 1776 + We Made America.
i am never defending any of the real life version of them or their actions.
“In the moment of our separation, upon the road as I travelled, and every hour since, I have felt all that love, respect and attachment for you with which length of years, close connexion and your merits have inspired me. I often asked myself, as our carriages separated, whether that was the last sight I should have of you? And though I wished to say no, my fears answered yes.”
— George Washington, The Life of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette