samedi 29 mars 2014


These two past weeks we had a layout course at the Animation Worksho
 -and I was sick a couple of days too so i miss an assignment-
here is the results of these weeks

-A layout of the execution of a (French ?) Queen back in the 18th century

A quick exercise with our previous Bird
-to understand the principle of paralax with a 2D camera

A funny random assignment with UFO and the church of Viborg to learn the softwre AfterEffects
-please don't judge me after looking at it, I had fever remember-

And THE FAMOUS Bonnie and Clyde assignement
We were given the story of the death of the mythic couple "Bonnie and Clyde" and were asked to do a storyboard and then a layout (animatic in fact) of this story.
in one movement of camera
-so without any cut-
and we have to use a deformation of the perspective

and this is my layout, but go and see the vimeo version, it's not a simple layout...

mardi 18 mars 2014

Over Ever After

I had a fever so I slept and drew a lot
without thinking of being good or not
And I had so much fun while doing it
It's one things we use to forget a bit...

samedi 15 mars 2014

"La Terre est bleue comme une orange"

Return of the sun to Viborg
Colors, joy and sunglasses again !
Princesses, Laura playing piano, guys, dancing girls and nudes came back

mardi 4 mars 2014

Up your date

Updates !

here is my first semester showreel at TAW

and after some drawings did in Design or Color with Lawrence Marvit
-I slowly begin to understand photoshop or drawing with a tablet...-

Space pirates

Fairy City

 Color Study -yes real painting-

Value to Color (I choose to light my scene with a redish light)
 And a full picture rendered and painted on Photoshop (focus on the color obviously)
"Magic against technology"
So here is a bunch of witches destroying some cars because, yeah man, brooms are way more cool than vehicles...

Oh and we did in two days a storyboard/animatic with Patrick Branvoll
about a normal day at the Animation workshop...
no, seriously the pitch and dialogues were given by our teacher Ignacio Ferreras during our storyboard week.