So I’ve spent the last year (in uni) working toward creating my film, and I’m still headed toward that goal. I’ve learned a great deal of practical techniques and gained personal insight into my work ethic.
There have been times when I’ve lost sight, and stumbled into a little confusion – but the creative ambition continues to live on. I’m going to continue to work on my film, independently for the time being until I can organise some structure – some over arcing plan.
The next chapter in my life is DARE – a computer game competition hosted at Abertay – I believe in the library. I will spend 10 weeks honing my skills as part of the Gents of Fortune (you can follow us on our twitter profile here http://twitter.com/gentsofortune), to create the art assets for the game Quick As Thieves.
I’ll leave you now with a couple of screenshots and poster artwork for the story so far.. the tale of the bumbling hatted ne’er do well.. and his long lost friend turned foe.. I give you, Hatavar and Windbag in an Escape from Common Thought.
Also – here’s a still from the animation in progress -
For those of you who are interested in seeing more – the work is on display in the Hannah Maclure Center – found here on GoogleMap until the 19th of June.
I’d like to thank:
Adam Wyroslawski for Musical Score and Composition.
Martin McCormick for the voice of ‘Windbag’
Martin MacGregor for Rendering/Compositing
Violet for being the inspiration I find her to be.