Friday, March 14, 2008

Temporary Halt

So at this point I'm putting a temporary halt to scanning more scenes, as they may need to be re-scanned at greyscale rather than black & white. I'm also toying with the idea of possibly shading in each drawing with colored pencil, for a totally different look altogether. Since the story is being read from a childrens' book, it might be cool if the whole thing looked more hand-crafted. I'm going to do an experiment with both methods (digital ink-paint vs. colored pencil) and see which one looks best.

Not quite as sketchy as this...

...but something close to it.

9 comments:

Ryan McCulloch said...

seems like a lot of work....but best of luck to you! Should be fun!

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jriggity said...

I did this when I was in colledge to my very first 2d animated short.

It took FOREVER!!!!

HA...it was cool but very very time consumeing.

consider that.

jriggity

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David Nethery said...

Ken,

You could load your scanned animation drawings into TVP Animation and color them in TVP to get that hand-colored Prismacolor pencil look with the customized brushes you can make in TVP.

What were you using previously to scan ... Animo ?
Yes?

What was the problem ? (I have a little experience with Animo , so I might have some light to shed)

Or did you just decide you wanted a different look to the piece so you're going to go with colored pencils like the Plympton example you showed ?

Salar said...

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Mella said...

This drawing remind me Plymptoon!
Marco M.
http://www.mellart.com

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