Off You Go

Here is our end of studies short movie : Off You Go!
I was mainly busy with the animation, the rigging/skinning of the objects, 3D layout and few modelings.

(Vimeo link: http://offyougo-themovie.blogspot.fr/)


Demoreel 2010

For those who didn't follow my work during my 3-years studies, here's a summary of it with my demo reel 2010.

Ferrari F430

Back to 3D, with a project I started during my fisrt year...better start it again!

Here's a WIP, missing finishes, textures, final render, and animation...maybe!

Back to the origins

Last summer, working hard on Off You Go, I allowed myself a few sessions at charcoal or pen drawing.
Here's the result !


Off You Go teaser

Just come out of after effect, the "Off You Go" teaser is here!


Off You Go

Here's a post on our end of studies short-movie, a cross "reel shooting / 3D"; *our* being:

Jonathan Heilig (scenario, shooting, character design, skinning)

Anthony Boudimir (scenario, shooting, compositing, lightning, fx)

Antoine Gouy (2D concept, modeling, texturing, rendering, compositing)

Audrey Petitjean (modeling, unwraping, rendering)

and myself (3D layout, skinning, animation)
The story of our character, played by Aurélien Portehaut ("Gauvin" in the  Alexandre Astier's series "Kaamelott" ), consist in a rendez-vous with a pretty girl (played by Delphine Leputh).
Everything goes "normally" at the beginning (in reel shooting), but something is going to transform the appartment in a scary toon universe (in 3D) inspired by Tex Avery's or the Looney Toons...Here's a making-of a picture I made, with the help of Audrey Petitjean for the modeling: 1. the original shooting ; 2. validation of the modeling with an occlusion pass, 3. application of the textures, 4. lightning, 5. compositing + photoshoping, 6. integration of the character.


My "true" role in this short-movie is the animation, including the setup + skinning of the differents objects who will take care of our unfortunate hero. Here's some "anime-test" of certains objects, with some previews of the film.

Only two sequences...the price of exclusivity!