Friday, April 29, 2011

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A remake of an older painting of mine.

14 comments:

Louis-Philippe said...

I absolutely LOVE the feel motion gives to your piece.
Pure genius! ^_^

Amy Kim said...

Oh my gosh! So cool!! The nice subtle animation really gives it a nice mood. Would love to see older version too :)

Goro Fujita said...

Thanks guys!!
Here's the older one. I wanted to change the mood a bit.

http://www.area-56.de/pics/speedpaints/sp_0365_oceanbot.jpg

martin said...

ohhhh you clever monkey goro! :D something feels to clean about the animation... maybe if there was just a hint of anti-aliasing to just soften the edges. it feel like a 60hz LCD HDTV right now, dope idea though :) so clever and use of inspiration!

Logan Pearsall said...

you should get the spray of the waves to float a little too! Nice.

Ben Hickling said...

Very cool, love where you're going with these animations!

Night_Sketch said...

it's impressive! i love the mood =)
wonder how you animated it?
did you use photoshop?

Matt Justice said...

It almost looks like you used maya nCloth to make the dress, can you explain your process of animating it?

Goro Fujita said...

Thanks everyone!

Martin:
It was actually intended to be as clean as possible.
I wanted it to stick out of the painting a bit otherwise it would look like a standard hand animated gif animation. Wanted to do something new.

Matt:
Bingo! It is indeed maya ncloth both for the dress and the hair, rendered and composed in after effects, exported back into photoshop to create the gif. Good observation :D

Unoo said...

it's impressive!

Eydi said...

Really loving your illustration, lighting is nice and soft.....

James Direen said...

ha, awesome. I just made this the live-wallpaper of my android phone :)

Anonymous said...

Nice. I really love your blog. you always got 2 things I love in em, dance and art :)

Jumer said...

think about the painting with some animate!!! That good idea . I love it~

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