The film that didn’t get made!

Sometimes I wonder if I would have been happier if I had stuck to animation. I enjoy drawing but I just don’t have the patience to go through the 25 frames cycle. What I miss is the exhilaration you feel when you see the work on screen.
Anyway this film will never get made now…


14 thoughts on “The film that didn’t get made!

  1. Prashant says:

    good otherwise Giraffe would not have fit in the frame anyway . you are right about moving out of Animation . Moving torture is always worse than static torture just kidding .


  2. ~ | | OM | | ~ says:

    i love your work… still or moving does not matter….

    I hope to see a movie that gets made someday… Really.. god bless…


  3. Soo says:

    OM > thanks, man 🙂 feels good to hear that!
    Rahul > Thanks…was thinking about closing inktales, actually…
    prashant > u know the real reason why i moved, don’t you?


  4. Anonymous says:

    Love the pink background, the yellow-ochre looks so nice on the pink, pity it will not be made! Love Giraffes too!

    You are Soo talented…I am sure wherever you go, whatever you do, you will SHINE!

    I have been thinking of something, shall drop you a mail about it sometime soon!


  5. jedi says:

    its the curse of spacedmag. im doing yagna to get rid of it 🙂

    and do u still need to the 25 fps things these days? i thought software could take key frames and do the filling in bits..


  6. Soo says:

    jedi > it depends. Disney still animates on 25 fps, and so does WETA (LOTR). TV episodes are usually in limited animation which means 12 fps. But you do need to draw the key frames and the in betweens; otherwise your animation can be pretty crappy!


  7. jedi says:

    this is feature length film?
    i also want role.

    i can be biker boy who is resting under tree, gets big snotball on head, sees giraffe with sore throat and cold and gives it ganjagoli.


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