"Coffin Dance" Produced by Peru Animation Studio According to Ghana’s Dancing Pallbearers(2)
The TPN-Accredited Maya render farm will still share the production experiences of the CG artwork "Coffin Dance" and "Cookie Cat" with you. Hope that helps you.
How about other artworks created by your studio?
Marsha Pavlich: "Cookie Cat" is also a social short film with a similar purpose to "Coffin Dance". We hope to produce eye-catching animations to attract more people's curiosity on social media. So I thought of the character created in the past-cat biscuit, if I use it to imitate human actions, it must be very interesting. After that, we chose to reproduce the most popular scene in the classic movie "Flash Dance" in the 1980s-the dancer starring Jennifer Bells, dancing with water while stretching out the chair. So we wrote a short story for the film, let the cat biscuit go through the sweets production line, and sprinkle chocolate and dragees to make it look more delicious.
The animation is mainly produced using software such as Maya, After Effects, Substance Painter, Phoenix FD, and V-Ray. The biggest challenge is mainly the fluid simulation of chocolate. In order to make the flow of the chocolate natural and at the same time look delicious. We tested it back and forth several times. In addition, we want to make the behavior at each stage appear organized and tell a story smoothly. Just like the first cat biscuit is topped with chocolate, it can't reach the second stage. The scene still has chocolate sauce. So we cleverly used the characteristics of the conveyor belt to solve this problem, so that the picture looks like the character is leading to the next stage and let the things leftover from the previous stage disappear. Another important point is music. We chose a classic and interesting singing style. After all, the rhythm of the music will affect the action and speed of the character, so we must first confirm the style of music.
Can you share with us your production experiences?
Marsha Pavlich: Every project can always bring us new inspirations or learn new technologies. For example, in "Coffin Dance", in order to create a cyclical character dynamic similar to that in the hit movie, we tried many new techniques to make the characters dance in their respective positions to create a perfect loopit animation. In addition, different ideas were created in cooperation with Studio Uku. We shared different views and knowledge in the process learned from each other and inspired each other. This experience is great!
__Where did your inspiration come from? __
Marsha Pavlich: In the studio, we want to create stories or animations whenever we have the opportunity. The inspiration is based on personal experience, favorite animations or movies, special days, and even some factors of Internet popularity. For example, we created a simple animated story on the eve of Valentine's Day and released it on the day of the show. At that time, the cat Cupid, who was different from the cute image, was designed with a bit of rebellious and rogue character, and the story developed in an interesting direction.
Could you share your creative skills with us?
- Only exaggerated actions can show the cartoon style.
The most important key to making cartoon style is the "exaggerated" character dynamics, which is also an interesting part of the animation. After all, animated characters are not limited by the physical rules of the real world, so as long as the movements are natural, the audience will pay. Therefore, when creating, you can ask yourself if you can make the character's actions more exaggerated to show your style.
- Extract creative nutrients in life
All-natural characters are inspired by real life. The best way is to observe in life and begin to pay attention to minor movements and details that are not normally found, such as raised eyebrows or bent fingers. You can also search for references on the Internet, or shoot videos to watch your actions.
Could you share with us the CG industry in Peru?
Marsha Pavlich: Peru’s animation industry is booming and has gradually become one of the competitive industries. Many large-scale projects have been made public, such as animated films, albums, etc., and some are in progress. However, due to the impact of the epidemic, the animation industry has also been affected to a certain extent. It is just that our country has gotten rid of the worst moment. I believe that Peru's powerful creative energy can attract the attention of the world.
Would you share with us your next step?
Marsha Pavlich: We hope to become one of the most important local animation studios and show our creative strength. Therefore, we set our goal on the development of original animation and look forward to attracting young people through films, albums, or short films.
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