@03:43It was incredible and lovely. I really enjoyed watching it, especially since I find it really interesting to see your work process as an animator. I must say - I also loved your music choice. It was subtle and gentle, but very emotional and positive.
@03:43I liked the animation, it went beautifully with the music. I'm a little surprised by the length of the song I've never seen a thesis animation break 3 minutes before. You afraid at all about finishing it on time?
@03:43Nah-- my last animation was hand-drawn (uncolored) and it was hitting around the 2-minute mark.
This is actually a bit easier for me to do in that timeframe because I'm building a lot of the assets and then looping the animation on one composition, and then taking that composition into my main After Effects file and moving it to animate it.
Like the dragonflies-- I'll be drawing a loop set of frames for them, animating them as their own files, then I drop those animated files into After effects and just animate their movement.
@03:43Yep! I'll be posting the final version on here when it's all done, but if (for some reason) it doesn't want to upload here I'll be uploading it to youtube and throwing a link to it in my journal.