Continuing my animations I’ve been working I’ve completed one and gone onto another, this time focusing on the theme of bandwidth and not having enough people to do all the jobs required.
Still unsure about the laptop illustration, or the cable plugging into the screen but it’s very much a work in progress.
Working on improving my After Effects animation skills focusing on Easing to make the movement look more natural, so here’s a GIF of a clock.
The 2012 Feltron Annual Report is now online.
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I finally managed it! I got a Kerb to land on the moon in one piece, I was pretty elated to finally manage it. Only took 23 versions of rockets and 7 versions of lander to get there, sadly for the Kerbs there’s not enough fuel to go back. Still. What a view to live with; since they don’t run out of air they’ll be there forever.
I’ve been playing it since it was mentioned in this PC Gamer article, it’s called Kerbal Space Programme, you build a rocket (or plane, or lander or whatever) fly it, land it, put it in orbit, it’s all great fun.
Doesn’t he look happy?