Posts Tagged ‘animation’

NEW MEDIA: Where the jobs are

Friday, February 13th, 2009

Just caught a Crystal Lite commercial that mixed real actors–models wearing bright colored silky swirling dresses–with digital graphics. Beautifully done; as the models spun around, their dresses, in slow motion, turned liquid and splattered out in drops and sprays. A strand of pearls popped off and blew away like balloons. Nice stuff.

With the new developments in software abilities come the opportunities for the talented and creative to not only fill the needs in advertising, movies, video games, but also offers to take the medium to far beyond the reach of the mere human ability.

NEW MEDIA: Another take on Xtranormal

Friday, February 13th, 2009

Just found that Mark Marino at Writer Response Theory got to play with the moviemaking facilities at xtranormal a couple days before me. Here’s his video as well as his thoughts on the program.

NEW MEDIA: Making a Movie

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

I’ve been looking to get back into animation and the folks at Xtranormal have a real fun and easy way to dabble a bit. Here’s my first attempt:

If you can’t get it to work here, try going here to the site.

It’s a real easy, simple yet fun way to introduce yourself to animation before getting involved in Alice or Panda or Flash.