Sunday, April 2, 2017

Simple Animations

Test_1
This is a simple animation of a bouncing ball I did recently. Obviously, the design I chose was the same as the old school mobile game "Bounce", one of the best games I played as a kid. As I was timing the frames in black and white, this thought popped in my head and I was like "That will be so cool." I know it's not perfect, but it is ok for my first try. Lets hope the next one will be better.








About:
Made using Photoshop, mouse.
Around 1h 30min.
70 Frames in total.
Test_2
This one was easier to make, since I focused more on the visuals. I painted a simple background and also added a foreground, which was missing on the first one. I didn't pay much attention to the animation itself, but most of the work is done so it will be easy getting back to it. Probably make that a rolling log, or keep it as a ball, but add more elements to it, textures, squashing feel.
About: Photoshop, mouse, around 2h.
54 Frames in total.


Test_3
Time for something different. This is an old personal piece from 2015 that I decided to add more life to. I have always been inspired by calm, lightened streets at night. Since I'm new at this, three lights and two animated points are too much for me. I hope I do more of these in the future.


About: Photoshop, mouse, around 1h.
16 frames in total.