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Sorry for the delay, but here's another short clip:
-- Doug (Douglask@canada.com), December 13, 2003
You know I want to see this clip so badly, and I haven't been able to figure out the correct Quick time program to install. I will eventually though. It sounds like it's fantastic. Those original drawings certainly were.
-- Barb e. (Suesuesbeo9@cs.com), December 15, 2003.
Wow, great! I can't wait to see the whole thing!
-- Mat Rebholz (email@example.com), December 14, 2003.
Doug, how long has it taken you so far to do this episode? You said that one 3-second-long clip [the first one you posted] took a day to animate and I did the math; going by averages that's about two months to make a three-minute episode. If this is so, your dedication amazes me. If not, still, your dedication amazes me, these are very pretty clips.
-- Ashly Kehl (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 14, 2003.
So far we have a total of 36 seconds completed and partially rendered. We have plotted for a 4-6 month period of pipeline completion. Along with the animation we reserve time for modeling the characters (the actual creation of the characters in 3d), putting a skeletal rig in the characters (giving them "bones" so that they are able to move), Texturing the characters (giving them color), Rendering the Animation (creating the final composited images of the animation), and all that's inbetween. After of course we will have to add an audio track and various sound effects from a composer. So that will take us roughly into may or june! But I will keep posting short clips and images to keep you up to date!
-- Doug (Douglask@canada.com), December 14, 2003.
I can't wait to see this all rendered out!!
-- ashley fox (email@example.com), December 14, 2003.
Awesome! I am eagerly looking forward to seeing more and more and more of this.
-- Gobo (firstname.lastname@example.org), December 14, 2003.
-- Switcherx (email@example.com), December 16, 2003.