Woah!! I'm rediscovering the joy of getting comments from peers and working towards it.This is jus awesome.I had to mention it here :DComing back to Karans clip.I watched ur first video and thought that it'd be better if done in a slightly different way.And that is exactly wat you've done in clip02.As in,i felt turning away from the hatch and breathing felt too awkward and unnecessary.Cus his aim is to get inside the bunker.At the same time he's tired and has to catch some breath.So it works superbly in clip2 where he maintains the same pose after opening the hatch and u work within the that pose itself.Doing it this way doesn't change the direction of the shot and the characters intentions.Oops,sorry for the lengthy post.Jus wanted to make my self clear. Its surprising how much we can get carried away while we're the only audience for our shot.Its always nice to take comments from fresh eyes.Thank you for keeping this blog alive guys.Have fun animating. :DBTW,Karan.. is this whole "hatch" thing inspired from "LOST" :D Next time i have to look around if 4 8 15 16 23 42 is marked somewhere.
Whooooooooo.. Its a lengthy... post , I got scared, i dint do that bad to get such a big post.hahaha. The second option is suggested by Anand.But I am still confused biu it as Teju, DAm and Amaresh liked the first option and Dinoop and U like the second.Any ways thanks Mr. Phillip.Lets see how it goes from here.
Agree with you Philip. This blog is wonderful to keep us inspired.