a good omens AU where everything is the same but the bentley turns everything into taylor swift
you’ll be the prince and I’ll be the princess it’s a love story baby Y O U C A N H O P E F O R N O T H I N G B U T T H E M E R C Y O F H E L L
“Bebop,” sniffed Aziraphale.
Peggy is the one to get stuck in ice in and survive the century. Pepper doesn’t get rid of Extremis and becomes Rescue. Bruce Banner stays under the radar leaving Betty as the authority in gamma radiation. Jane retains some of the Aether’s powers. Thor is busy ruling Asgard, therefore Sif is the one tasked to retrieve the Tesseract. Director Fury rounds them all up along with Black Widow for his Avengers Initiative and, Barton being compromised, Maria Hill steps up as the marksman of the team.
tldr; the ladies save the world instead
The whole film took me altogether about 5 grueling months (usually 10-12hours a day) to do. I often felt my butt was going to grow into the chair I usually sat at.
Please note that this was simply my way of doing my film to achieve the soft-shaded style I wanted; there are many other ways of doing this and some are a lot faster with different results~! :)
- My film on DeviantArt | My film on Vimeo
- My film gifs on Tumblr
- You can see my storyboard animatic here (although the original had music, but like I mentioned, my placeholder music was by Joe Hisaishi, you know, Miyazaki’s composer, so it’s not really legal to upload it).
This tut differs a bit from my dA version, because tumblr lets me put the combination of gifs and jpegs :D.
Here’s a book that will really help you start animating:
here’s some books that are good for composition, storytelling and colours:
- Dream Worlds: Production Design for Animation
- The Art of Pixar: The Complete Color Scripts and Select Art from 25 Years of Animation
- Prepare to Board! Creating Story and Characters for Animated Features and Shorts
I hope these helped
I ask that no one removes the credit or source for this tutorial/guide please. thanks :)
And this is a keeper! No doubt about that! :)
I’m just gonna put this one on standby
for when I start my senior film!
As promised, I finally got a chance to look at How to Train Your Dragon with the intention of breaking down why the story works so well overall. No surprise, there’s a lot of cool things happening in this movie that really, really keep the story moving. For all the beautiful special effects and fun character designs, the final movie reflects, to me, that the story was priority in its development.
So, instead of breaking down the movie beat by beat and seeing how each scene expands and pushes the story forward (since that would honestly take me a whole day and then some), I’m just gonna write up a few cool story related things—both visually and structurally—I noticed. Starting with the introduction.
"I’ve always liked you," she said softly.
He shifted, folding his arms over his chest, his shoulders bunching and flexing under her hands. “Even when I was small?”
She leaned down to whisper in his ear, as though confessing a secret: “Especially when you were small.”
—Flames We Never Lit by roboticonography