It's been a while since I've posted some new art and journals, life has just been so very busy! For the last two days my class had a workshop by Robert Bennett, a mime who taught us how the understanding of pose, body movement and weight can help us create believable and entertaining animation. Now he is not just any mime, he also helped out at the Walt Disney studios where he gave workshops to animators, including giving them reference material for the movie 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame and the Mickey Mouse cartoon Runaway Brain.' It was lots of fun, it wasn't just sitting and listening, it was very practical as well. We had to do different assignments, like lifting up an imaginary halter or throwing a ball who gets heavier with each toss. But perhaps a bit too practical, all my muscles hurt! I really got to get in better shape.
Also, this monday I will be going to London till friday, I can't wait!
That's all for now, perhaps I should post some new modelsheets I created for my second year film, to keep my gallery more up to date.