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Table Manners - Cartoony Short

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Ever wondered how a monster should behave during dinner? Well look no further, table manners gives you simple advice on the correct table etiquette for our shadow dwelling friends. Created by o-motion
o-motion.co.uk

Directed by: Oliver Hayes
Character design: Ben Mantle
Rigging and 3D animation: Brian Horgan
3d Modelling: Jacob Einsinger
Texturing: Jacob Einsinger and Oliver Hayes
Compositing and 2D animation: Oliver Hayes
Music and sfx: Sanj Sen (Ropey Sound)

Hope you enjoy it folks, modeling, texturing and rendering done in C4D.

Cheers,
Brian

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I love all the little details in here.

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Many thanks guys! So great to hear you enjoyed it as it was a lot of work!

 

Thanks for checking it out!

Cheers,

Brian

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You don't get to see the monsters legs in the short, but here's a little clip where you see one of them strutting their stuff :)

This was just a quick test I did while building the rig for this guy.

Cheers,

Brian

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Thanks! Me too, I'd love to do more with these guys.

 

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Brian

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Many thanks!

 

Cheers,

Brian

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Another quick walkcycle test I animated while building the rigs :

 

 

Cheers,

Brian

A little behind-the-scenes shot from the Table Manners piece.

This was the final pass I did on the planning stage for the Table Manners short. I animated it in TV Paint. The animation is very basic, it was just a way for the director and I to nail down the basic timing for the actions before going into 3D.

 

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