Thursday, May 7, 2009

The Owl and the Squirrel


Finally "done" with this thing. My brother Sam did the sound design on the piece, I think he did a really great job. There are still things I'd change, and some great suggestions that were made that I unfortunately didn't have time to revise (sorry Mike). I should probably put music in there....but I haven't written any yet. Let me know if the video plays alright. Ed said it was playing choppy and laggy on his computer, and I don't want that to be the case.

If anyone's interested in seeing my graduating class's Commencement Exhibition (Senior Show), you should come to MCAD and check them out. The shows will be up until the 17th, and there's some really cool stuff in there, beyond just animations. But if you are interested in checking out some cartoons, head to Gallery 148 in MCAD, where all of the animators have a group show. Everything said, I'm pretty ready to move onto a different project... O__O

11 comments:

DJ Toxic Shock Syndrome said...

did that owl hit a onie?! this is amazing! im so proudd

Owen Dennis! said...

Sucks.

nickbachman said...

Owen "Predictable" Dennis, everyone! The man of many joke!

Ramez said...

Backgrounds were killer. It had a real nice old school cartoon vibe too. Great work man.

DT said...

LOL I GIGGLED.

I love how you actually added sounds for when the owl blinks.

Justin said...

Nick, your cartoon is AWESOME! I've watched it about 20 times now. Its funny every time. Great designs, great animation, great backgrounds, and perfect timing! Great job!

tuesday bassen said...

Charlotte and I stopped and watched all of the senior animations---including yours, which was delightful!

Juny said...

This is great job!!

Thank you for sharing!!

CaseyBug said...

soooooooo gooooooooooooooooood!

omni-pteryx said...

absolutely incredible.
I think my jaw dropped the second the titles came on and remained that way into the 'fade-to-black.'

You're a talented, TALENTED fellow.

(no wonder I paid you to finish my animation final...lol.)

Brad Pearson said...

this is great.