I have gotten great feedback from people on this little piece and one of the comments was the screen direction issue at the very end. Here is a side by side comparison of the two.
Monday, April 28, 2008
I am very interested in hearing your critiques. I know that it is standard to just leave a "feel good" comment - ex. "wow, I love it!" "Perfect!" "Don't change a thing! You're amazing, Glenn, and you should work for Pixar!!" Don't hesitate to leave that as well, but if you see something that could be better - let me know. I am using this for a camera-setup portfolio piece and I want it to be nice.
Sunday, April 27, 2008
Here it is, the entire first draft of this little exercise I've been working on. Like I mentioned before, the idea came from a childhood dream, but I'm using it now to explore camera angles and camera movement. I welcome criticism and approval just the same. Let me know if this is understandable. What works and what doesn't work for you? What is confusing?
Friday, April 25, 2008
When I was a little kid, I was really into rollerblades and one night I had a dream that there was a skate park that had a roller coaster roller blade track. That idea has been rattling around in my head since then and I thought that creating it in 3D space might help exercise it out of my life! Plus this is just way cool to look at without the danger what could happen on a track like this.