ThrowAway presentation

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Today was the presentation of ThrowAway. Therefore, we’d presented the work of the 3rd semester at the FH Hagenberg, University of Applied Sciences. We are a team out of 4 students, who created an animated short. The subject throwaway society is shown in a dance of a young woman. The fast movements and changes represent our time, told in a catchy and easy way. Yet with a serious topic: the consumer boom is questioned. We decided to transport the topic … more

ThrowAway title sequence

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The title sequence for ThrowAway is finished. I think the character of the font fits very well with the rotoscoping. I made a frame-by-frame animation of the font which looks like writing. In addition, I have improved the first part, because the quality was not usable, unfortunately. In the review, I have decided to choose jeans and a simple top as the initial clothing. I can easily switch from the top to the dress. Our protagonist wears a yellow dress … more

ThrowAway color change

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I finished the color change work of the clothing for our animated short ThrowAway. For 2 weeks, we are working on the rotoscoping. At the beginning, we had problems with the equipment (Wacom tablets) and the synchronization of the brush. But after a while, we get into it. Now I completed 225 frames, that means only 9 seconds, though. Furthermore, I developed a color change of the dancer’s dress. The transition works very well, as the umbrella covering the body … more

ThrowAway prototype

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In this post, I’m gonna tell you about the prototype of our new animated short. We have to make our first big project in the winter semester 2014/15. The plan: a 2D animation (rotoscoping) of a dance performance with a socially critical aspect, the consuming frenzy. The phrase of a masterpiece? Who knows.   First thoughts In Austria, according to a recent study, every third person is at risk Shopaholic. These people lose more and more control while shopping and hauling … more

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