Friday, December 22, 2006

Merry Christmas!

Here's some jolly holiday animations for ye! First up is my walk/run assignment:

Wasn't that festive?! And now, more yuletide glee with the expression change assignment:

Wheeee! Happy holidays to you and yours! And speaking of milking machines:

Feliz Navidad, y'all!


Hodges said...

Great work with those animations, and the barn skit is crazy, do you happen to have the rest?

Amir Avni said...

Dude, that's Hilarious! Not only your characters are drawn funny and animated beautifully, they show real emotion, and we react to that, it's real storytelling!

brockorama said...

Sean, I wish I had the rest of the Farm House musical! It cuts off right before the milking machine comes out and sings a solo! And I'm not kidding either. Its CLASSIC. Unfortunetly thats where whoever uploaded it decided to cut it off, and theres no other version I could find online. Its from HBO's "Mr. Show" and its from the 1st episode, I belive. Its on the season 1 DVD. Its a GREAT show!

Amir, you are too kind, man!. I actually really enjoyed doing the indian and cowboy since we had the most ammount of time on that one. The cow orgasm was a bit of a rush job, but overall I'm happy with what I have this semester.

Mitchel Kennedy said...

Wow, that sucked.

Nahh, just kiddin'. The "o-matic" reminds me of Rocko. The injuin walk/run is hilarious! Does timing to music make a walk cycle easier to do? I've never tried it. I love the guy's jowels -- they're squishy and funny! But not as funny as his feet.

The cowboy design is really really cool. You know, you're getting pretty good at splicing those sound clips together!

Sorry, this comment feels like it's all over the place. I'm half awake.

Either way, great work!

kelly erwin said...

howdie there,
I really dig your animation. Its super fun, and its really well done. Your stuff really ... yeah.. wow.
merry christmas!

brockorama said...

Thanks Pinky! Mitch, I didnt actually time the animation to the music first. If I was really smart and ambitious, I would love to try that. Instead I just animated the walk as bouncy as I could and then stumbled upong a great CD of Carl Stalling's music. I used Protools to time-stretch a small segment of his music so that it matched the beats that the indian's foot hit the floor, and then found a few other perfect musical cues as well. Completly a bass-ackwards way of doing things but I love how much music timed to the beat of the animation really makes it come alive, ya know?

WIL BRANCA said...

Hey Buddy!


The cow is my favorite. You did a really good job of getting all his facial features moving while he's chewing.

Coelasquid said...

Beautiful... always love your animation, but man... I wish I had even HALF your ambition in/affinity for sound design.