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 Lemmings
Silverwings
Posted: Dec 13 2006, 07:23 PM


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Here are a few production stills from one of the last sequences of the Lemmings film. I animated all the characters in this sequence.

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Silverwings
Posted: Dec 13 2006, 07:54 PM


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Here are some preproduction sketches. The first is a design I submitted for the Moses lemming, which unfortunately was cut from the final film. I've also included some earlier lemming designs.

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Silverwings
Posted: Feb 15 2007, 01:08 AM


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I keep meaning to do a little more with the Lemmings, just for fun, so maybe I'll get to that soon here. Ah, so much to do, so little time.
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RandomGreed
Posted: Apr 6 2007, 01:28 PM


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you...are...wow...you must have went to some special college for that right?,which one...will I have to learn how to code stuff if I go?

when I saw the old Yoda lookin guy in that other pic,I was thinkin it was good but i'm not too far behind...I was wrong,I saw figure drawings too,great work...i'm gonna go sob in a corner now
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Silverwings
Posted: Apr 6 2007, 10:38 PM


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Welcome to the site, RG!
I went to Brigham Young University to get my Bachelor's of the Fine Arts degree in Computer Animation. This Lemmings film is what I worked on there as my senior project with twenty or so other people. It's primarily an art program, but it's smart to know some math (at least be very familiar with algebra, physics and maybe a little calculus) and some coding.

We were a specialized bunch, with skills in art and math/science/logic. It's best to be comfortable with either... but having skills that focus on one or the other is not bad in any way, it's just nice to know the other side, too. Our program director was fond of saying that we need "both sides of the brain" to truly succeed. It's been my experience that he's right. wink.gif
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Lamour
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This is so cute <3333!
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Silverwings
Posted: Apr 8 2008, 08:30 PM


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These critters were a blast to play with. It's almost a shame to toss them off the cliff. wink.gif
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