Some stuff for your eyes

October 5, 2009

I’ve quickly drawn a few images, which are by no means a great portrayal of what I want, but they show a simple version of the kind of thing that is bouncing around in my head at the moment- I realised by doing this that the parts where the characters experience 3Dness are going to be so very hard to animate. Moreover that, for example the whale, doesn’t come across well in a single frame, only by seeing it in motion so that it’s movements and shape are revealed over time can you actually see what the thing is. This is also good because it reflects how we need to be confined by time, as humans, to make sense of the world and how things correlate in terms of cause and effect. I also drew in a see-saw. I don’t know whether I’m going to keep this but it came to me because a see-saw moves in it’s one plane, and so traps the characters on the see saw. Perhaps they have the option of getting off, perhaps it becomes more morphing and dynamic to throw the characters around the environment in the way the prisoner is in Sur Le fil by Benjamin Dupouy. Perhaps it’s too restricting. Perhaps that’s good because of how difficult it’s all going to be to get done in time.

Anyway, here are a few of the sketches.

some drawings

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