I made a movie

I’ve been so busy with about a million little projects keeping me from getting anything posted - silly girl!
Anyhow I hope to show most of what I’ve been up to soon - starting now with Dantes film debut!

The movie is 21 seconds long and consists of over 60 individually hand drawn stills, digitally colored and assembled in a rudimentary movie maker - old school, and sooo much fun! I will have to do more movies I am afraid, and get a bit more savy in the process perhaps?

I made it for my sidebar just above my followers as a part of my plans to revamp ye olde blog, but I'm posting it here as well - hope you like it.
 

19 comments:

Gemma Luker said...

i think this is really good! go old school always looks best!

Artfulife said...

Love it!

tusen said...

it's cute and lovely and I want more :)
and I really envy you patience - over 60 stills?

laughingwolf said...

love it... you have a knack for animation, as well!

have you tried the software program, 'animationish'? it's super and not very expensive... i'm sure you'd have fun with it, then graduate to another when you want more of a challenge :)

Björnik said...

Wowowowowow! This is very adorable Emily! I am looking forward to the day you make a short film out of Zoe and Dante! More please!:)

Bee said...

Fantastic! How great to see Dante animated, I always feel there is so much effective story telling in your fab illustrations, this takes them to an exiting new place, keep it up!
- Bee

Bobo said...

Lovely work, the movement is great!

Ces said...

You witht the brilliant mind! I love your FPOT!

Bella Sinclair said...

WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! This is FAB FAB FAB FAB! Oh goodness gracious. Yes, more, more, more! And you'd better make the rip in the paper a leeeeetle bit bigger, because I am definitely going to follow Dante.

Oh, you are too cool!

yoon see said...

Hi Emily, this is a good one. All I have to say is keep up your good work OK!

Adam Foster-Fahy said...

This is terrific! It's a great blend of hand drawn and digital techniques, gives it a lovely feel.

I did an animation for IF this week, just a simple one nothing as work-intensive as this, so I really appreciate how much work this must have been.

I am defintely going to be subscribing to your blog, great work in here!

Adam Foster-Fahy
www.AdamFF.com

Amy C said...

Oh Emily, its totally beautiful and the old school thing really shines through and makes it extra special.

justdoodleit said...

Looking really cool. Adding a dash of sound will make it more fun :)

Coralie Colorie said...

Very nice work !

tp said...

awesome! i love the subtle "follow mw" finder motion he gives at the end! genius.

tp said...

oh and animating it oldschool was smart! even though it is in sum ways more work, it has very rewarding results! congrats!

damon said...

wow cool

sketched out said...

Wow, Emily! Do your talents know no bounds, hee hee! Love it!!!

Mary said...

I love it! Nicely done.