Saturday, 27 October 2007

The Sphere of Fear

Not really , just a jolly walk


Sphere of Fear on his day off from sneakysquirrel on Vimeo.

12 comments:

Maarten Rijs said...

Hey man, very sweet looking walk, if you really want i could give you some crits haha... but Im in a hurry right now. But Ill be back tomorrow.

David Beer said...

Thanks Maartin, the first post, man!
I'm going to try be more active on the blogs, feeling quite isolated at the mo.

Doctor Cerebro said...

this is great, man

David Beer said...

Sweet okie!

David Beer said...

Wes makes a good point about the blue guy though, hey Yano?

libra bear said...

This is a beautiful walk man, loads of personality.

Maarten Rijs said...

Well actually I really love your work, the lifting, the wolf walk cycle, its all super.
If I had to crit itd be on the run cycle, it doesnt really look like a run. He should probably lift his legs up higher, and it should be more obvious that both legs are in the air at the same time sometime, cause well thats what makes running running!
I feel guilty now haha, well i hope it has helped you.

David Beer said...

Hey man, no, thats great you know, I mean, in this industry you have to find out what people see in your stuff, what can make it more 'believable' . I thank you for your time.

Daniel M.C. Alvite said...

nice walk dude,,,very nice...little pops on the knee but very good,,
I can see you been very busy

libra bear said...

What does Dan mean by "pops in the knee?" I have trouble seeing what to look for in 3D...

Paul said...

I must get some more lip synching in my showreel, I been doing the action stuff for a live brief but its such a simple character. Maybe get a lip synch poped out next week! Good WORK. You must have given up sleeping!

Edwin said...

Hiya, long time, no speak. sorry for that. Ive been looking at those blogs still going from college, and been inspired.
...I think though that of everyone you have improved the most! I thought the wieght push showed a reel sense of timing and character, and I laughed out load at you guy lifting the 'heavy' box. I can see that things aint perfect but you've done the hardest thing and given them life.
Im really impressed, and Im going to Keith's site now!
speak soon