This drawing is the second one I've made in this series. There was a lot of response after I had made the first video and because of that (and the fact that this is so fun and different) I decided to make these "scribble" drawings a regular thing. :D
Wonder how it's done? This past September I posted a music video "The Pony". I wanted to tell a story inspired by the song of the same title (by The Migrant). Now, I don't animate. I don't have those skills or the knowledge of the software. And I enjoy working with traditional paints. So I've worked on developing a style that mixes in elements of animation and sequential storytelling. The first time I tried something like this was for the video "Time Bomb". That was sort of a crash course for myself in figuring out the style, techniques and tricks. So here is a breakdown of how I made "The Pony".
Step 1: Brainstorm & Outline.
The first step in anything creative. This involves listening to the song. A LOT. So it helps to have an awesome piece of music.
Step 2: Sketching & Scripting
It helps to have an idea of what you're getting into before you start recording.
Step 3: GO!
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