Beyond the Red Oak v6 from Elizabeth Daggar on Vimeo. I haven't had time the past two weeks to get much farther with this, but I'm hoping to get back to it on the weekend. Here's where I left off in my motion tests and atmospheric meanderings.
Focal lengths and depth of field on pencil drawings
A small woods, cloaked in the lonesome air of winter
A Snow Story [in progress] from Elizabeth Daggar on Vimeo. Here are the bare beginnings. (And more Ravel, as it happens.) For context, see this post and this post.
Everything pales as it recedes
Here is a fox. This is a study or start of the character design process. He will appear in the animated short I've undertaken to create. I've still not done any story boards, nor have I a story set in my mind, but I do tend to get ahead of myself with these things. Below… Continue reading Everything pales as it recedes
This winter has conspired to plant seeds for a story
I've embarked on a project that has decided it wants to be something much larger than I'd planned, which is awfully exciting (to me). What began yesterday as just a few drawings of trees and birds to layer into another snowscape has planted the seeds of a short film, a proper story. The spark has… Continue reading This winter has conspired to plant seeds for a story
It is quiet, and all the city’s a snow globe this bright morning
I've been given a snow day from work on account of this storm (referred to by meteorologists as a Bombogenesis, Bomb Cylone, and Winter Storm Greyson). It has settled in Brooklyn in the form of a persistent and blanketing snowfall out the window all morning, and not a soul around. It inspired me to make… Continue reading It is quiet, and all the city’s a snow globe this bright morning