Monday, August 21, 2017

Mushka in Color



We are so ecstatic to move into final color on our film Mushka. In this scene above we find out that Sarah's and Mushka's sleeping quarters have gotten too small for a girl and a Siberian tiger. Mushka turns over in bed, causing Sarah to fall to the floor. A color pencil texture will be added in order to avoid the conventional cel-painted look. Our final color scenes rock!!
But in end the humanity of the overall story is what will really matters. And I think we have that.
CAN NOT WAIT to share our film with everybody!!

27 comments:

  1. I'm always glad to see updates about this!
    When you did the teaser clip a few years ago, you used real coloured pencils, right?

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    1. Yes I did. But doing that for a 30 min. film is just not feasible.

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  2. Oooo I was wishing secretly for your real color pencil roughs to be in the final picture. This looks great too! Can't wait!:D

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  3. I like the color pencil animation that was in your preview trailer of Mushka. So this will be a feast for my eyes, if I ever get to see the film

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  4. Hell, Andreas! This is the good tutorials TVPAint 11.
    I love this soft! You best!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab7yPGaI748&list=PLlHrokV9ETlTHB01djRzu6TsEnL-ZUn3d

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  5. https://youtu.be/Ab7yPGaI748

    TVPaint animation 11
    How to create animatic

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  6. Alright! Can't wait to see it finished! Ever think of doing some speed videos of some parts being colored?

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  7. Andreas your work is impressing, the amount of discovers you did with all of this archives from disney. Congratulations and I'll be back to see your film too.

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  8. Why does a Siberian Tiger need to sleep with sheets since it already had a thick coat of fur?

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  9. I am SO excited for this film to be finished!

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  10. This has got me interested. Can't wait to see the final product. :)

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  11. I can't wait to see your film Andreas! :-)

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  12. Thank you so much for making this film!!! I feel so lucky to experience another 2D animated film in this day and age.

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  13. This is really superb!
    It's been a long time since I very want to see the result ^_^

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  14. Yeah! Superb! But when does it come out though? It's been years now!

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  15. Is it weird that this is my most anticipated film, even beyond The Last Jedi?? I think not! Andreas - I'm sure you've answered this before, but when do you anticipate 1) getting us another animated sneak peek? and 2) the full release?

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    1. A sneak peak might happen in early fall.
      As far as finishing the film , we still have tons to do, but I need Mushka to be out sometime next year. Still looking for help in certain production areas.

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    2. Excellent about the schedule! Where does one look to inquire about production help? Also - I have a graphic design agency and would LOVE to assist with any of the promotional pieces if that's also a need. Cheers, Andreas and thank you for keeping this beautiful art form alive.

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    3. www.mrcraleigh.com if you're interested in perusing.

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