Master of the Flying Guillotine Animated Movie Poster

When I saw the Master of the Flying Guillotine movie poster, I knew I had to animate it for this ds106 design assignment. This is a very rough first draft, and I only got this far thanks to Tim Owens’ seemingly boundless patience with my idiotic Photoshop questions (it was a good refresher of the details I learned for the animated Hulk comic book cover I did). Like I said, it is a very rough first draft, but I have a sense of what I need to do to fix it up now. The difficulty with this one was getting the elliptical movement of the guillotine to be convincing and somewhat centered, on my next run through on this work-in-progress I’m gonna see if I can’t master that. Any and all future versions of this draft will added as an update to this post.

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3 Responses to Master of the Flying Guillotine Animated Movie Poster

  1. Great start, you definitely picked a tough one! Rotating objects around a non-symmetrical points is really hard. Brave animated GIF soul you have.

  2. Jim Doran says:

    That’s the balls! Great job.

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