Monthly Archives: December 2014

Gallery Write-up – “Sentient Kitchen” by Christine Chin

I found this gallery exhibition by Christine Chin to be┬ávery interesting and thought-provoking – especially her whole take on the manmade tools vs. nature’s tools. I found her pieces┬áreminding me of the strange object creatures in Alice in Wonderland, like … Continue reading

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Computer Animation 3 – Student Critique #3

Joseph DiCaro – Walk Cycle This is a very well done walk cycle. The movement is smooth and pleasing, especially the nice drag on the fingers. Perhaps the chest could rotate more and have less clavicle movement. The head and … Continue reading

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Computer Animation 3 – Demo Reel

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Computer Animation 3 – Student Critique #2

Callie Mcintosh – Push and Pull   At the beginning, the leg is the only thing moving and everything else just sticks in place. This could be fixed by moving the keyframes of the leg up to where the rest … Continue reading

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Computer Animation 3 – Sketchbook

Fratianni_Sketchbook My sketches this semester came out better than I expected and I ended up doing them in slightly different styles from week to week. Some weeks I felt like making them super-detailed and shaded, other weeks they were more … Continue reading

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Computer Animation 3 – Student Critique #1

Sit to Stand – Sara Recktenwald The movement of the character standing up is very slow and robotic. There needs to be acceleration in the movement of the torso when pushing off in order to get the feeling of a … Continue reading

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Computer Animation 3 – Heavy Object Push

Some of the feedback I recieved during the critique was that the feet slide when they shouldn’t, and I agree with this. This was a mistake that occurred from going back and adjusting the stride length. Another comment was that … Continue reading

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