Bears on Stairs - A 3D printed Stop Motion-Animation
The creative team over at London-based DBLG recently released this in-house animation titled Bears on Stairs that involved old school stop motion techniques paired with modern 3D printing. The painstaking process involved printing a sequence of 50 tiny sculptures which had to be photographed one by one over a period of 4 weeks—all for a mere two seconds of animation.
Phantom Islands I por logic With this project I wanted to honour places that at least lived and grew in the heads of the people, till they where erased from the documents. Phantom Islands or Flyaway Islands, are Islands which can be found in historical maps or ancient documents, but maybe have never existed. On the technical side, I decided to try to push the boundaries of Low-Poly-aesthetics, by the unusual use of Repainting / Postproduction , the use of distortet Photo-textures and partially anticipated realism.
As I am currently in year 2 of an Advance Diploma of Game Art at AIE Sydney, we had to do a group assignment and make a game level. We had almost 8 weeks to do this, and a group of 5 people including me. This is the result.
Hey guys! Here’s a good, FREE art program with some amazing fluid features! Go to 7:00 to see some examples of how the program works.
If Photoshop is too expensive for you, this program—Verve—might be just the ticket! And I swear, people are getting texture effects I’ve never seen come out of Photoshop proper.
Even if you don’t feel like you need it, recommend it to your friends who might! It does require a fairly recently graphics card, but the size of the program itself is very small, so if you have a laptop for example it might be just the thing.