Here is another character featured in the animation. When the baby arrives on the earth surface we initially decided to have two teenage boys appear but, after some consideration by our team, we agreed it would be more effective to feature a young girl.
I was going for the cutesy girly look. The teddy bear prop will be dropped after the girl is frightened.
I found the blue and orange colours to be the most effective, but this is subject to change. Opinions on colour scheme?
Renders with bear:
I rigged the arms so the girl can be positioned to hold the bear. The top image features the bear with no fur texture, with a solid block texture similar to the girl herself. The bottom image includes the fur texture. I think the fur texture is visually pleasing but may not blend well with the simplistic aesthetic of the animation. It is also a bastard to render.
@all - All suggestions+opinions are welcome!
@team - I'm going to start setting up the scenes starting with the ones featuring the police cars. Please have any necessary props ready on dropbox.
KLED Animations is a team of students working together on a collaborative project at the University of the Creative Arts Rochester on CG Arts & Animation. We are currently producing an animation short trailer for the festival Retro-Fest.
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- Updated: Radio Scene
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- Baby Face Blendshapes
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