Journal of my discoveries on the path to becoming an animator

sauravkalra:

The Express - Sean Kalra - VFX Reel - Vancouver Film School from Sean Kalra on Vimeo.

My Visual Effects Demo Reel that I did at Vancouver Film School during the 3D Animation & Visual Effects Program.

Any Feedback is Welcome :)

aeolian-mode:

I sort of taught myself how to do this by trial and error when I was making the latest page of my webcomic. I felt it might be useful to share. Thanks for looking!

More Tutorials Here

therealsongbirddiamondback:

greyismanga:

A quick tutorial on how I paint (mostly angular) shaped objects in a BG.

Helpful!

gollums-new-best-friend:

kimcuntdashian:

what really scares me is that i’m average i’m not really good at anything or really beautiful i’m going to live an average life with an average job an average income and die an average death with an average funeral and nobody is going to remember me

Van Gogh thought that too

(Source: uigan)

mewitti:

Hemlock rides her trusty new steed into battle

mewitti:

Hemlock rides her trusty new steed into battle

wannabeanimator:

The Black Cauldron

itsartmag:

Intro to Rigging in Blender

Learn how to use armatures, bones, constraints, custom shapes in this introduction to rigging in…

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itsartmag:

Intro to Rigging in Blender

Learn how to use armatures, bones, constraints, custom shapes in this introduction to rigging in…

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I still remember when I first saw Reboot. I was in one of the first sleepovers I had with some childhood friends, and the host’s family had cable TV (a privilege among Mexican middle class families back then).

I turned the living room’s TV on when everyone was starting to fall asleep (even though I was a bit drowsy myself), after a long session of seeing a Genesis in action for the first and only time. I browsed a few channels and stopped at Discovery channel, right before the ending of the episode where Bob is lifted to the sky inside a sphere. Seeing the reaction of the characters in a colorful environment that I had never seen before excited me so much. I wanted to see more, but the credits were now rolling, and I turned it off with a joyful smile in my face, as if things were about to get better (in an overall sense, I was in a discovery phase; Toy Stoy wouldn’t be dubbed in Spanish until 1996).

When the show started being shown on broadcast TV, I never missed a single episode; the world of videogames and computers became a huge topic I was interested in, and the plot was easy to follow, so every Saturday I would get ready to see what the gang was up to and what Megabyte was plotting.

Now that Rainmaker is most certainty reviving the franchise, I can’t wait to see what they can do with modern technology, and how that affects the characters and environments; and even better knowing that I live in the same city it’s being done.

I’m very excited and I wish the company the best of luck!