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I’ve been busy working on a new website. http://www.lornabailey.eu

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The following images are the making of, for  bunch of visuals to be projected behind a live performance created for Collision Films, Bristol.

Puppet armature design.

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Lighting test.

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The set is coming along.

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Boat and rocks that have been primed ready for painting.

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Studio and animation table.

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Deadline the 20th of November

The last lecture I went to at University was an all day masterclass with Chris Hopewell and Barry Pervis. When I was little my mom would let me watch her VHS of the Aardman collection, which had Next on it a film by Barry I used to watch this tape over and over. This is where I got my love of animation. Of cousre back then I didn’t understand what it was about I just loved the movement. I got Barry to sign his book for me. He signed it ‘Dear Lorna, good luck out in the big wonderful world of stop motion’ which I thought was very sweet. Just before they left I showed my film to them. I am now so glad that I did, on leaving the hall Chris Hopewell turned to me in the corridor and told me to send my showreel and CV to Collision Films to get some work experience. So I did.

After a couple of months I got an email off Chris himself asking if I wanted to go down and work on an animated music video for Graham Coxon. So I got some time off work and drove down to Bristol and spent a few days in the woods animating a taxidermied bird. With these things you never know how much of your animation will end up in the final cut. However I am proud to say that I animated quite a few of the scences with the bird in Graham Coxon’s new video “dead bees”  Take a look

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qd39qd5cyyk

This came out on the 22nd on MTV!

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This is a scene where I made the bird pick at a bone and sniff it a little.

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Chris fixing something back on the bird. While  I was there the poor thing was broken 3 times.

Some designs that I have done for the animation degree show.

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For Daniel Brains film The Good the Bad and the Bogey I created some colour concepts.

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These were the first two concepts that I came up with. I then was given the following bedroom scene to match the colour scheme to:

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So to try and make the colours match this scene better I created these. The second of the two I think is a better match.

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I drew parts of the animation. Mainly a walk cycle of the main character walking from the front door to the stairs.

Animated titles that I made for the Good the Bad and the Bogey,titleslongWhy does this gif not move?

Welcome to my blog. This will track my progress as I come to the end of my course at university.

I am a third year animation student in the international film school of Wales Newport.