Sunday, April 7, 2013

Basilisk




This is my 4th year film project in Sheridan college "Basilisk". 
I have finally...finally completed my lil film yayay
Thanks everyone for the support guys~~~!




19 comments:

  1. Congrats Ami, can't wait to see it Wednesday!

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  2. Killin it every day! Congrats gurl!

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  3. awessssssssooommmeee!! Looks better than i even imagined!

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  4. Thanks guys!!!!!!!!!!!
    And Michael, I miss you!!!!!

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  5. congrats on finnishing! looks so awesome, cant wait to see it

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  6. I saw your film at the screening yesterday, it was very beautiful! You're very inspiring!

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  7. Holy crap your film was awesome. Nice work.

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  8. Saw it today! Amazing work and infinitely inspiring!!!! \m/

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  9. holy moly! your short is awesome! those FX are wicked! well cone congrats!

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  10. I've came across this amazing short today (thanks to Bobby Chiu) and it totally blow my mind! I totally love the humor and how dynamic it is.
    Following your blog now for more kick-ass awesomeness :)
    Betty
    betty-art.blogspot.com

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  11. :) Well done!
    Saw it today in a studio with a bunch of animation folk and we all squeeled with delight!!
    A real pleasure to watch and left us in a mixture of inspired elation, and depression :D
    All the best for post Sheridan!!

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  12. Awesome!! Congratulations, that is amazing.
    Shared on motionaly.tumblr.com

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  13. Hi Ami! I was in a deep funk last nite about the hipsterly nature of much contemporary cartoon design, and the fear that I could not compete with such clinical slickness. But the elasticity and funny, genuinely felt expressions of your characters in Basilisk lifted my spirits. The big guy's face on impact (at 1:01) is particularly hilarious!

    And all over this blog, too, your designs are appealing, sincere, and extremely alive. You inspire me to greater heights. Thanks for sharing your work!! If you are not employed now I hope that happens as soon as possible.

    If I might ask, what software did you use to animate and/or color this film? I semi-cleaned up my senior film carefully on paper, but now I'm using Toon Boom to color the characters and the sloppy vectorization is kicking my arse. O_o

    Best,
    Mike

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  14. That was awesome Ami! What software did you use to animate traditionally?

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