Steven Tyler didn’t fall in the U.S., but this is how I imagine his 911 call would have gone down if he had.
Here is the first Boom Squad episode. Enjoy.
The characters are complete, and the background has been developed enough to move forward with the next phase. Tomorrow, I’ll record the dialogue, complete the lip syncing, and pick out the shots. I’m hoping to have the scene completed by Monday, at which point I’ll start working on a theme song and intro sequence.
I’m working on a new project called Boom Squad, about an inept and dysfunctional police bomb squad unit. Here’s the design for one of the officers from the unit. I’m drawing all the characters in Flash since I’m more comfortable with that program than I am Illustrator. Once the characters are drawn, I’ll take them into Illustrator and separate the layers. From there, I’ll take the AI file into After Effects, where I’ll do the actual animation.
This workflow takes a bit longer to set up, but I’ve found that once the production animation work begins, using AE and not Flash saves me hours.
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What’s harder than being a knocked up sock? Watch to find out, I guess.
It’s not easy being 16 and pregnant…and a spooge receptacle.
Do you have what it takes to be employee of the month? Timmy didn’t.
Alan shares the management tactics that have made him so successful in the corporate retail world.
Alan has some customer service tips for you.