Chemical Synapse Animatic v1, 3ds Max and Adobe After Effects
Hey guys, here is the animatic for my chemical synapse animation. There are a few problems immediately apparent, but I am already working on my next draft, hopefully with problems fixed.
Narration by my friend, the wonderful Rima Gala.
Storyboards for an animation about chemical synapses, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign
In my animation class, we are making one animation throughout the entire semester. I am pretty excited, hopefully it will give us the time to make some thing great. Here are my storyboards (script included) for the animation!
Camera tracking and compositing test
2d tracking in Mocha, 2d assets (clean plates) in After Effects, 3d tracking in Camera Tracker for After Effects, 3d assets in 3ds max
Fluid Simulation, Realflow and 3ds Max, compositing in After Effects
Particle Bomb, 3ds Max
Hey followers! It’s been a long (really long) time! How’s it going?
This update is gonna be a random mix of things I have done this semester. Enjoy!
test animatic for my storyboarding and animation class this summer, 3ds max and adobe after effects
1st page of a storyboard about protein synthesis, for my storyboarding and animation class
2nd page of a storyboard about protein synthesis
3rd page of a storyboard about protein synthesis
Jack the Pumpkin, ZBrush
our assignment was to create a character, and incorporate some anatomy into it. my character is a pumpkin who has been brought to life, frankenstein style. his brain is made of pumpkin guts!
line drawings of surgical instruments, adobe illustrator
for my surgical illustration class
Role of Calcium Sensing Receptors (CaR) in Breast Cells, Adobe Illustrator
Important information about the structure of G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCR) was discovered in 2000, (leading to a 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry). GCPRs are widespread throughout the human body, with a whole host of different functions. They are a popular target for drug interactions, and considered to have a lot of potential for cancer treatments.
guest post #2… check it!
Character design and planning sketches for my second obstacle course animation
hey guys, check out my guest post over at biomedical-visualization, a new sketch blog for medical illustration graduate students!
Hello all! Welcome to the biomedical visualization sketch blog! This blog will showcase some of the sketches and prep work that we medical illustrators do ‘behind the scenes’ of the masterpieces you enjoy every day!
firstsecond post is the rough storyboard that I created to plan a short obstacle course animation.