I think the asset I’m most proud of making is the Pillar Drill because amazingly it has less faces that my lamp despite being a lot more complex and I think it just highlights how much my modelling efficiency has improved by getting to work and learn alongside Team Default.
What have I achieved so far
What still needs achieved
What have I learnt
Just taking stock of what I’ve achieved so far and what’s left to accomplish going forward
I got two books that will be brilliant for getting this short done.
I’ve also started to wonder if whether or not to do a little series of animations. Just a thought.
I’m going to get started back to work on Wednesday.
I looked up middle America to get inspiration for the design of my town. I’m really trying to set up the town, initially, as picturesque and quiet which is often how the American dream is kind of pitched. “White picket fence…” and all that.
Source: Cain, S. (n/a). House on Corner. Available: https://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photos-house-corner-image15458803. Last accessed 20th Dec 2016.
(I did notice this site actually seemed that it might be useful in the future as a way to sell some artwork, it had sections for illustrations and animations amongst a variety of other sections)
Town Church Reference
Source: Helbling, A.K. (2014). Rock Dell Lutheran Church. Available: https://mnprairieroots.com/tag/rock-dell-lutheran-church/. Last accessed 20th Dec 2016.
Source: Marcy, T. (2012). Small town America – Petersburg, IL. Available: https://www.flickr.com/photos/trulie98/8121029228. Last accessed 20th Dec 2016.
(I don’t know why but I just get a 404 when I follow the link to the bench’s site)
I found this nifty little site when researching film festivals.
If you create an account you can upload your film onto it, and then send it off to various film festivals around the world.
It also details which film festivals are free, and which one’s deadlines are upcoming. Very handy indeed.
Just a little practise at Mudbox.