Last few days, I was looking back at my movies again, first was 【Live Life】, and then 【Love.Say】, last time I used to think that they weren't good enough to spread around, but the feeling this time is different, it's like you were looking back at your old works, and even they weren't good enough, you could now tell yourself or anyone else, "hey~ that was like 2 years... 3 years ago man!" And then automatically, they became quite presentable, and you started be proud of it! :P
And then later, a composer who hasn't been in contact for almost 3 years, came to me in msn and asked, am I the director of 【Live Life】 and if there's any chance he can watch 【Live Life】? Instantly, I felt like all this is a sign, and I told him "you got me in the right time! I had just watched it after these years, and now I am thinking to upload it online!"
Well, I'm glad now I have my own server and is able to share the movies with you guys. If you haven't watch it before, this is 【Live Life】, a short film I wrote and directed 3 years ago. Yeah~ I still like the caption " There is a time to see with your heart"! haha~ If you like to read more about live life, follow this LINK.
If you like the movie, please tell your friends. If you hate it, don't keep it with you, tell me! :)
Arx Avari, is a short game cinematic produced by our company - Passion Republic, it was also the project I first worked on when I joined this company in March 2008. I was asigned to work on designing the screenplay and camera works, as well as doing the animations, from 3d leica to the final sequences. Months after months, with lots and lots of hardworks from the team, I'm glad to tell this short is finally about to complete! I hope in another 2 weeks time, I will be able to share it with you all!
Can't remember when was the last time I do figure sketching... 3 years? or perhaps 4 years ago? Anyway, this guy Simon called up the other day and asked if I can do a sketch for him. Without any hesitate I agreed with him, thinking that it might be also a good chance for me to practice back the strokes that has been long apart...
I finished this in about an hour+ (super slow!), doing it in a very life-sketching style is one of my favour, also depending on the original photo's lighting, oftenly when the faces' lightings are flatten without strong highlights and shadows, a more free-style-sketching can shows more art form. On the other hand, it is faster... haha~