Ponzu sounds terrific, thank you so much!!
For your debriefing (rough estimate)
around 120 hours of animation
1440 total time ( lighting, texturing, modeling, post, storyboard etc) Phew!
What a month!
See you Tuesday and thank you again for the opportunity, you’re going to be floored!
Here is a snipit for you, my classmate Matt will post one a little later as well but just so you can start to see how it will look.
There is one more effect we’re adding to make it look like a liquid environment.
Thank you for getting those to us so quickly, we timed them out and the first comes to 95seconds but it’s fine we’ll work with it. The second times out perfectly! Thank you!
More to follow as the week goes on!
I bold-ed thetime from our recordings.
Narration 1: The life cycle starts when bacteria enter the blood stream from any number of infection routes and evade the immune system or antibiotics. (8 seconds)
Narration 2: Formation begins with reversible attachment of planktonic bacteria to a surface. A layer composed of polysaccharides or…[Read more]
Looks good so far!
1 p.m. should be fine, we have a meeting with our advisor at 1:30 but it’s so she can get a progress report. I’m seeing if she can come earlier but even if she can’t, if you don’t mind a little extra company.. ?
See you tomorrow!
We’re so psyched you like them!
Here are a few notes to keep in mind everyone while watching them,
Is not to scale yet, its just at 640 for right now.
Please ignore the bump in the camera in the growth stage, that’s a simple adjustment we need to make in our editors.
The camera pan around the growth is going to be…[Read more]
Thanks for the feedback Richard!
And thanks for the videos, those will come in handy. We’ll decide on how best to incorporate the icon in the video but one idea tossed out there was like they have the NBC peacock grayed out and visible in the corner throughout.
Minutes from this morning’s meeting.
[*]We’ll be adding more (10-20)…
Firstly I’m sorry it says pseudomonIs not pseudomonas, I realized after putting them through it was misspelled, wont happen again.
There are three movies, anyone with access to this forum can view them but they’re not listed in the youtube directory.
YouTube – storyboard.avi
We can do both options of the final stage, the only hesitation we have is the continuity of the the second film. It would be a different animation for film, from what we’ve read and been told (and I could very well be wrong) Antibiotics can’t get through the film, and if they’ve broken off in a clump of biofilm it would just go straight to the…[Read more]