We are excited to add the last final touch to film! The end goal of the look is to look very similar to the Disney Short: Feast. We our scene to have the same bumpy edges as these characters. We are also adding film in the shadows to achieve a rustic look as well. We are calling this "The Crayon Effect."
How I Will Approach Making the Effect
Before joining the project, the art director had previously created the effect in Photoshop for the poster. She recreated the effect for me. I know that in Photoshop, I can create an "Action" that will repeat set keys. From there, I can quickly batch edit every frame and a every pass in a matter of a couple minutes.
Behind The Scenes
After creating the Crayon Effect, both Directors and I saw got to see look final look of the film. We all got very excited and we were only looking at one layer of one frame. The whole film will be finished in a couple weeks from now, and we all excited to see the final outcome.
Lighting & Feedback
As a Lighting Artist, the first thing I want to get right is the lighting. I created a spread sheet of possible directions to explore and had Isabella (the art director) pick the best one. In the end, Lighting Setup 2 was chosen with no changes at this time. This setup chosen because of the pink hues and brighter sky.
Reference & Direction
I am the Lead Light TD and Cloud Effects Artist on Iskabittle.