Here’s the collection of the 2D animation i worked on. I enjoyed animating all these different scenes as they were all so different, the bears where a new style that i enjoyed and i loved the cartwheel challenge of the emperor. And making the girl in the bed rotate in that way was time consuming to say the least.
Heres the breakdown of the ‘skyfish’ shot, and the different processes we went through to get it to the final scene:
For our group film i was in charge of all of the post production of the film and out of these tasks i felt the compositing was the trickiest. This required combining stop motion and 2D into the same scene with it not looking out of place.
Ready To animate!
How I added the label into my Acting scene, Using UV’s
The .PNG file I imported
(With extra room on the outside so it covers the entire cube)
This I then mapped to a cube which i placed on the front of the stage-
An export test to see whether the 2D text, matches with the stop motion paper.
Merging the scene with the yellow background, into the scene with the blue background.