Another animation we did for the giant LED scoreboard at Michigan International Speedway, during the NASCAR race in 2009. This was done in Adobe After Effects.
Here’s an animation I did for John’s Appliance City in South Daytona, Florida, last year around Halloween. Made with Adobe After Effects.
Here’s another clip I did for the LED sign at John’s Appliance City in South Daytona, Florida. It was made in Adobe After Effects.
Here’s a clip I just finished for John’s Appliance City in South Daytona, Florida. It’s a simple text sequence, rendered in Adobe After Effects.
It’s finally ready! Not spectacular, but I have the first piece of my demo reel in the can. 🙂
My current animation – a 30 second clip of a small ship approaching a space station – is now up to 32 hours of render time in Carrara 7 Pro, and is 83% complete. I thought it would be done sooner, but as the geometry of the station came into the frame, it slowed down drastically. I’m guessing it probably has another day to go.
The current uncompressed AVI file it’s building is over a gig and a half in size. My question to more experienced animators would be how do you work with files of this size? Will I be able to upload this monster to YouTube, or will I need to compress it first?
It’s 1280 x 720 pixels, 24 frames per second.
I decided yesterday to build myself a new animation demo reel. The last one I had was about seven years ago, so it’s way out of date, even if I could find where I archived it. The software I have now is head and shoulders above what I was capable of doing back then. I have all of these scenes built for my comic work, rendering static images, and it doesn’t take a whole lot to set things in motion. Most of the day, my machine is off, not doing anything, so I might as well put it to use. I just hope I don’t run out of drive space!
The image above is a screen shot of the first 30-second clip rendering in Carrara 7 Pro. It’s got about 4 hours to go. I’m doing this one at 1280×720 pixels, so it should look pretty sharp!