So this is the second week of Behind the Scenes here on my Blog and I hope you enjoy looking into how each of these art pieces were made for Drawlloween this year!
For the final week of this project I had the last stage to complete; the animating and editing together of my characters into the final film. This was where I noticed the problem with my set. It simply wasn't wide enough to film my characters standing in the landscape shots and so I had to... Continue Reading →
For this week of the project I was working on firstly the set, starting by first making a simple mock bench out of cardboard to make sure I have the size I want against the characters for animating. Here you can see the process of making that: I believe this worked really well as I... Continue Reading →