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Opposite

Illustration friday is giving me some great opportunities to practice with my wacom tablet. This weeks topic was opposite. I kept thinking along the line of opposite styles. So, that's what I tried to acheive. On the subject of opposites, We are taking a very opposite approach to our short, Ants Have Lots of Protein, trailer here. We are no longer animating it in our 3D program. We are going to 2D animate it. It will be a little more time consuming, but we feel the look of it will be better.

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heri said…
hi, thanks for the comment, I'm about to graduate college in 3d animation, I am not working in the animation world, still trying to find something.

-heri\



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