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My Kind Of Animation

This blog is a compilation of all of my inspirations, thoughts, drawings and research for my Animation project.

Actual Animation

I’m afraid my animation is actually to big to pop on vimeo or on here so i’m afraid i can’t put it up. Sorry. 

These are the many designs i had for the parents care in the beginning sequence of the animation. 

Something i found that i thought was quite funny. I made this when i was very frustrated with my animation and i needed a break. 

Something i found that i thought was quite funny. I made this when i was very frustrated with my animation and i needed a break. 

This is my Anamatic for Never Gone

These are my designs for the truck. 

These are some of the influences for the design of the truck that hits the parents car at the beginning of the animation. I wanted to go for much more of a 1950’s truck. 

Dvd Cover. 

Dvd Cover. 

This is my One Sheet design. 

This is my One Sheet design. 

When it came to my one sheet i tried to create something very similar to many of the art pieces i have shown below, like ‘The Incredibles art’, ‘Up’, ‘Fallout 3’ and the graphic designer Boris Lechaftois. I wanted to make it very simplistic like Lechaftois art, i wanted it to give a hint to the film, but also once you had watched the animation you would be able to look back at the one sheet and say “This completely sum’s up the film” here a few examples of Lechaftois film poster designs. 

Another piece that i took a lot of influence from was a game called fallout 3, the actual style of the game itself i took very little from, but within the game there are many 1950’s/60’s advertising for in game places and items and this is what i took a lot of influence from, i mainly played the game to actually get a better look at these poster, but i have been able to find a few online. Although these aren’t the best posters in the game.