Took me four hours to make this short from script to finished product.
I might have taken a weird route with this one shot. I saw a video about paper cut-out art and I wanted to try simulating that look but as fast as I could. I failed in the end to make it look like paper, but I was satisfied with how fast I got this done. I started animating the guy but it took too long. In the end I cut out all quality and went very fast. I hope you enjoy seeing the end result of this experiment. I might make a "dub step" version to make more fun of it.
Be a critic, or an artist, let me know your honest thoughts, leave a comment bellow.
One Shot Sushi- Bite size videos for you to enjoy!
Hey friends, Joel here ready to get these "one shot sushi" rolling. A while back I was drooling on the couch waiting for these pokemon scenes to render, when it donned on me to work on other projects, but "they take just as long to make" I said to myself.
Thus, "One Shot Sushi" was born.
Whenever I have time, I'll make a quick video of something (that ranges from 1-8 hrs to make), while I wait for the longer processes to get through.
But wait,here's the best part. You can suggest ideas to me by commenting all over my blog. I read (and occasionay accidentaly delete) all comments, because I love them so much.
Here is a ittle something I cooked up today while waiting for "Dropbox" to upload the final cut of PTD part 2.
The more complex the video the more time it will take, if the ideas are really cool then I don't mind spending time on them and killing off any project that might be a waste of time.