Before and After

We don’t want to give too much away, but here is a still from the shot I have been working on for the better part of the month (clocking in at a whopping 5 seconds.) It shows the initial and final forms of the animation. The top part is drawn in-computer using a tablet pen in flash. Once the animation is done all solids are replaced with a line copy that gets traced in pencil. Some work in aftereffects takes care of the color. Hopefully you will see these girls playing hopscotch in one of the scenes panning across the playground.


About leonardodeluzio

Leonardo De Luzio is an Independent animator and artist. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in the Film/Animation/Video department. View all posts by leonardodeluzio

One response to “Before and After

  • Anifest 2012 | Visual Literacy

    […] This is another great example of hand-drawn textures and such being reworked and explored on the digital platform – hopefully it is becoming clear that this is my ultimate goal in learning digital animation processes.  What really struck me about this short in particular was the physical shape and presence of the characters – the colour grading and lighting techniques have been employed shockingly well alongside what seems to be a really very interesting back-and-forth going from digital to analogue to digital techniques, outlined here. […]

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