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Old 03-02-2008, 10:48 PM   #1
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Default Gallery Submission - MONSTER ANIMATION

I completed this short animation for the E4 ident competition. The creature was losely based on the Rancor for Empire Strikes Back. I used Maya, Zbrush and Shake and it took me a little over a month to finish. Have a look and let me know what you think...

http://www.davidjohnsonanimation.co.uk/e4/e4.html

The idents been picked for the final, so if you do like it and have the time to register me a vote, that would be grand. If you,ve any techy questions let me know and I'd be happy to answer them.

Take it easy People and Back the Beast!
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i like it alot! ypu got my vote. if i had known about this before i would have done something for it.

where did you get the idea from?
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Cheers Wod

Guess the ideas not a million miles from your quote...I wanted to do something creature based and irreverent. Loved the scene from the Incredibles with Mr Incredible driving his under-sized car, Brandon' bike ride in the Goonies, the cranes that litter the Shepherds Bush skyline, old monster movies. Put it in a pot, came up with this.

Competition runs every couple of years, the briefs really open, it's a good opportunity to get your work on TV.
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nice animation and quirky idea yohnson01, well done

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ha ha - excellent - really liked this a lot - especially how the wheels on his bike lifted off the ground as he went round and round. good job mate!
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