Week 04 Production/Post

animation

28th Jun 2017

Week 04 Production/Post

So once we had everything ready to go it was time to start animation. We animated Slaps and Sandbags in Adobe Animate. First thing in the animaiton process is to set up the individual scenes. This involves dropping your animatic, backgrounds and character files into the software, to be made...

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Slaps and Sandbags development blog week 3

animation

31st May 2017

Slaps and Sandbags development blog week 3

So now that we were approved and contracts were signed we started into pre-production. The first thing to get done was to visualise the script in a storyboard. This would allow us to breakdown what was needed from the number of backgrounds and props to how many scenes had that...

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Slaps and Sandbags development blog week 2

animation

24th May 2017

Slaps and Sandbags development blog week 2

In this series of blogs I’m going to bring you through the thought process and practicalities of developing and creating our short ‘The Totally Normal, Everyday Adventures of Slaps and Sandbags’ that we created for the RTE Animated Shorts Scheme 2016.   ● Week 01 Idea ● Week 02 Development/Script ●...

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Animation from development to production

animation

17th May 2017

Animation from development to production

In this series of blogs I’m going to bring you through the thought process and practicalities of developing and creating our short ‘The Totally Normal, Everyday Adventures of Slaps and Sandbags’ that we created for the RTE Animated Shorts Scheme 2016 ● Week 01 Idea ● Week 02 Development/Script ● Week 03...

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What Makes The Irish Animation Industry So Awesome?

irish animation

1st Sep 2016

What Makes The Irish Animation Industry So Awesome?

It’s been a busy Summer for Irish animation with everything from the Hasbro/ Boulder Media partnership, international co-productions for Telegael and a whole lot of behind the scenes preparation for Cartoon Forum and their Irish spotlight later this month. We may be a small country but...

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