|photo take in between shots on Street Act|
The photo at the top is of one of my characters in the middle of a scene reaching into his hat, the other point in looking at these sculptures was because of the sense of while looking at them you don't feel like they're posing but in the middle of something like the one below for example there is a great line of action which conveys movement a lot better which is what has influenced me to create longer lasting poses and get that line of action every time.
V and A
|the line from hands right to the knee's|
|same sculpt from a different angle|
|Show power and authority with just one pose|
|Also something which i don't take into enough consideration is lighting|
|subtle movements always count to give something more life|
|Getting the the best angle while animating can make a total difference like these two images|
Great lighting and shape on this sculpt
|bringing across the mood instantly|
|agression and chaos|
These are great pieces which i remembered from a previous visit, especially the middle one the great detail to all the muscles and limbs and the effect light has brings texture and three dimensional quality.
London Film Museum
Totally geeking out at all the things at the museum including a charlie chaplin section which i didnt know about until we got there,Ray Harryhausen gallery,Harry Potter section and a most amusing horror section with zombie heads.
|chilling by a bizarre chaplin poster|
|Costume worn by Peter Sellers for Dr Strange Love|
|old school filming equipment|
|Superman Costume from the latest version|
|And of course the batman costume!|
|Model of how the bear would look for Golden Compass|
|Brumes and books from their classes used on the films|
|Last costumes of the three main|
|Frame from Roger Rabbit|
After a great day of seeing a lot of Sculpture, culture and film memorabilia it was time to get back to Euston station and get back to Birmingham in time to fix puppets ready for the next week of Animating on Street Act.