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The Daily Vapor
images and lofting make up the textures in this frame.
I'd like to put a lot more detail in this picture.
Another moldy oldie animated scene!
This is another old animation, trying to get back to the classic
traditional subjects of painting.
They appear and disappear!
Vapor can flip arbitrary drawn images without making in betweens, which
is good for rotoscoping messy images. Ray shot some video today featuring
a few grimages of his, so I thought I'd try them out.
Behind Me in a Waterfall?
This is a scene from Delicious Evening, but with the "gouache crayon creation",
who is doing the laundry, standing before the waterfall, which actually has nothing behind it.
Actually, it looks like there is more water behind the waterfall.
Behind me in a waterfall?
More frigidness from Acit Cràt Ná.
Not just Christo!
note: little frame counter in the corner!
I'm trying to combine a sunrise and an ocean wave into the same scene,
while also experimenting with a panoramic format, and a combination of perlin and
Blue Green Sea-like image
Gaussian Blue and green - in this movie they are movine quickly, but if pressed to re-render it, I'd do it a lot slower, perhaps with some of those krill or seven-legged shrimp!
A fan of color - the same technology can make a shimmering wall.
From Bill Rabinovitch's WEEPING WOMEN, shown on his public access TV show "Art Seen" many years ago:
A Famous Artist's work lightly animated
blue and grid
blue blobs and moving grid
calligraphy, simply expanding the width of the strokes and the ransparency of the ink.
More interesting" versions of this will have more out-of synchedness.
Boughs - part of an animation for jhhl.net
Here, I'm experimenting with shadowy animation.
Where that logo comes from
play the movie to find out!
in their undersea blurry world. This uses one of my fvorite tricks, randomizing the
times between key frames so copy and pasted drawings move similarly, but not really in synch.
Black on Black
Black on black - I'm going to experiment with some subtle color schemes.
Black on Black
We saw THE WILD PARROTS OF TELEGRAPH HILL
yesterday, and I was interested in the
texture of their feathers.
Teh classic dancing sack also tests image fill with image edge rendering,
and also extra motion blur (the clock is manipulated to blur more time than usual.)
Jungle 3, rescued from the past
Krill from Acit Cr?t N?
Thre are a lot of krill in Antarctica, so here's an old krill I drew for the epic series Acit Cr?t N?
, (Antarctica pronounced backwards). The animation example features my old "whip pan".
Here I Am at the Lake...