So here are a few frames from the film.
Well, I was working straight through into yesterday finishing off the drawings and putting the whole film together in Premiere. I'm really pleased with the way it all turned out and the way it was laid out. I was happy to be able to treat the drawing side as a comic book, something I've always been interested in, but never really explored. It was tricky because I still had to balance the comic look and turning it into a film, so some frames were quite repetitive. But it looked nice when they are all put together, and given a bit of life. It was harder work drawing each panel, and I did have to compromise and take shortcuts, but I think it paid off. The most time consuming part was the colouring and shading, but I was pleased I managed to pull that off ^__^ I was also plesed I got to learn a newer version of Premiere too. The features are much better that the old one, it's a little similar to After Effects in some ways, which has boosted my confidence about using that program again.