Life Drawing study mixed with cartoon design exercise
Aw man, I can hardly wait! Amethyst comin’ this weekend. It better come this Saturday or I’ll cry!
This may air Saturday, during Young Justice???????????
Well, this is it. My last ersatz exposure sheet that I’m showing to you today. The reason why I’m showing to you these things is that I’m going through a learning process on how I make animated cartoon films.
In some cases, the director would do all his timing on bar sheets while the musician makes melodies with him, then he transfers it to the exposure sheets for the animators where they do the timing charts for them; some exceptions were directors Chuck Jones who does his timing straight-ahead
even if he didn’t know the tempo for his scenes ahead of time, and Dave Fleischer who times his cartoon pictures to pre-recorded music. So please trust me on the timing thing.
Ex-Sheets Part 6
Sorry, folks, the old one couldn’t be uploaded at that time,
but I re-shot it.
I had just deleted the old digital photo from my Sony Cyber-Shot
DSC-W530 digital still/video camera.
The New York Times has flicked off this film with a 180-word blurb by third-string reviewer Neil Genzlinger. He essentially says, “The story flags, but the animation… is never less than vivid.” Betsy Sharkey of The Los Angeles Times calls Hotel Transylvania “…a droll bit of cartoon fluff”. Sharkey gives the film a mixed-to-the-positive review, […]