Monday, February 26, 2007

City - Animation



I posted a still of this model back in December with different lighting. See info here http://tinyurl.com/2mbubs

23 comments:

Tim Bye said...

Wow Andrew this is great! The water is really impressive. I think I would like to go there!

Dave said...

Hey sweet stuff! The moving camera and animation really adds a ton of life to your work. Really awesome!

jesukiran said...

hi Andrew Glazebrook, cool works here.
i like your both blogs

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Cheers all,I'm not to pleased about the way You Tube seems to compress the clips you upload,this looked a load better as a Quicktime Mov.

Sketchaholic said...
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AUGUSTUS said...

wow, amazing work here Andrew! Love those models. thanks for stopping by my blog... I linked your site if you don't mind.

Liz Jones said...

Nice work! I'm just starting to try a little animating, and I love seeing what you've posted here-- great stuff! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

I. N. J. Culbard said...

Tip top.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Tip Top ? Didn't you used to get that to pour on top of Trifles etc... ?

I. N. J. Culbard said...

Chocolate ants. That's what you want on a trifle. Chocolate ants.

There's an excellent posthumous publication written by Philip K Dick called "Confession of a Crap Artist" in which the protagonist ponders a plan to liberate the ants inside chocolate ants.

Sorry, my mind is wandering now. But hey, at least this time you got a book recommendation.

Sketchaholic said...

Thanks for visiting my site Andrew! The stuff on your blog looks amazing!

Andre Moore said...

great stuff on your blog man. I wish I could do this stuff.

Jo Bling said...

Culbard's not on about Chocolate Ants again is he? How many times will he be allowed to derail a thread with his cocoa insect fetish???

Nice work mr G!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

He said he wants to cover my Aunt in Chocolate too !

dr_rcds said...

Hi Glazey

Don't know if you remember me - KP told me a few years ago that things were going well for you - love the stuff on the blog, always knew you had it in you!

Found this while looking up Richard Dolan after I came across an article on him when cleaning my stuff out to prepare for arrival of baby!

Rob Storey

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Good to hear from you Rob, think the last time we met was near the Bus Station in Newcastle one Saturday when I'd traveled over to Forbidden Planet.
I still see Rich Dolan lots, I keep pestering him to get a website or blog !
Congratulations on the Baby,you'll have to keep me informed regarding when he/she arrives etc...

allen said...

Even tho You Tube didn't do the animation justice, it's clear that this animation rocks...I've been sending my video students to you site to put them in their place...they been slackin'!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Slacking ah !? You let me know if they keep that up and I'll put them in detention :)
Cheers for the feedback all !

Jampix said...

Hi Andrew, thanks for the little push... I'm just very busy at the moment.

Just checked out your blog, haven't been here for a while... some amazing stuff my friend!

Love the UFO with the sfx
And your 4 seasons in 10 seconds is looking great!

Say helloto Richard when you see him.

Take care :)

allen said...

Detention for a few...blast the rest into another dimension...one of my guys MAWETE, is REALLY inspired by your stuff and he is tackling the opening segment. We are starting to record the soundtrack on March the 24th...I'll send you a sample via the internet. My other CG guy, Ron has been working hard on our villain, THE GARUM, and posting at our www.darknessaftermathreport.blogspot.com.
blog...

Sarita Kolhatkar said...

Oh my Gawd!!!! *jaw drops to floor*

How did you do that? I can't stop watching it, its just so damn good!

Bingu Ratnapala said...

Dude that was awesome!!! reminded me of jak 2! havent played it! give it a go. You wont be disappointed!

ross cuthbert said...

Stunning Andrew, I'm truly inspired mate. great stuff!