Not really sure what the whole project is going to look like. I don’t do a lot of prep work when I start a project. I just have a vague idea of what is going to happen and then I start working. I haven’t animated anything since school, and even then I didn’t do a lot of 2D animation, so I was anxious to see if I had what it takes to follow through with it.
More interior stuff. Playing with color schemes.
I’ve been running around trying to piece together an outfit for a hike tomorrow. Then I had to decide which cameras to bring (or rather what would fit without weighing more than my desire to even go on this hike). Now I’m deciding on if I should wear my hair up or down and if I should bring a hat or not. Now I’m looking up preferred hat materials for hiking and best hiking snacks and tips on how to drink alcohol on a hike without completely losing your shit.
It’s not like I haven’t been on a hike before, and those times I wasn’t nearly as concerned about these type of things, but all of a sudden on worried about doing it right when I should be more focused on more important things.
messing around with environments and color
Her: That’ll be 3.02$
Me: *hands her a 5$ bill*
Her: Do you have 2 cents?
Me: *fumbles around pockets*
Me: Wait, I have 10 cents.
Her: *Stares at the coin in my hand*
Her: That’s ok. It wouldn’t change anything.
some progress on this dude. still trying to figure out where i’m going stylistically with this.
Boards for a super short project.
It seems like the likely hood of producing work while I’m working a 9~5 is very slim. Therefore, I wanted to try and reduce my goals to something more feasible. My biggest desire is to actually complete something so right now I want to try and make shorts for here and on instagram. They would only have to be 15 seconds which seems super doable so the challenge would be for me to get my point across within that time frame. Today alone I’ve drawn more than I have in the past month so that’s a good sign.