1. “Butter Fingers” explores some of the more unique items you might not want to let slip through your fingers. Let's face it, if you can't relate to dropping at least a handful of the items pictured, then you're either utilizing duct-tape to it's fullest potential or it was you who dropped the grenade. Condolences.

    Creating "Butter Fingers" was no easy task and entirely a labor of love for the better part of 2 years. Finding time during evenings and weekends, until all hours of the morning occasionally, holidays etc. until the ground was filled with all the bits and pieces of unlucky items.

    Although I was a team of one to formulate the ideas, illustrate, design and animate the visuals, that is only half of the pie. I worked with a pair of extremely talented people, each in their own right. Cyrille Marchesseau composed a stunning score based off of a single "Home Alone" reference I provided and created a soundtrack that opens up a colorful world I wouldn't have been able to arrive at on my own. Wesley Slover brought the items to life with marble hits and soda sprays galore, working from my ambiguous descriptions and requests until they were just the right amount of fun. Once everything was complete, he was also responsible for the crisp final mix that you hear now.

    A special thanks to all those who answered my questions and helped solve problems I otherwise would still be stumped by, including Matthew Sienzant, Mike Florio, Chad Tafolla, Ryan Summers, Ben Tucker, Forbes Hill, Michael Dibblee, Justin Demetrician, and my beautiful wife Katie (who put up with more floor crashes than anyone should ever be asked to).

    Direction, Design, and Animation: Jordan Scott j-scott.com/
    Score: Cyrille Marchesseau cyrillemarchesseau.com/
    Sound Design and Audio Mix: Wesley Slover sono-sanctus.com/

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  2. Made for http://www.LoopdeLoop.org taken from some visuals we made with The Cancillers (remember that name!) at http://www.Trimarchidg.net.

    [edit] Actually I did this before reading the guidelines, the actual loop is here:

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  3. Short film by Renaud Hallee. Official Selection Annecy 2010.
    Music generated by an abstract life cycle. 2009

    Court métrage de Renaud Hallée.
    Musique générée par un cycle de vie abstrait. 2009

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  4. In this experimental animated short from Renaud Hallée, we travel inside a mysterious mechanism made up entirely of revolving gearwheels, triangles and lines. In this whirling, hypnotic world, dozens of tiny gymnasts leap, somersault and twist through the air. Their spirited acrobatics trigger both narrative and musical sequences that are mesmerizing and, at times, dizzying. Half-figurative and half-abstract, The Clockmakers is a playful creation that is sure to captivate and dazzle its audience.

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  5. In this tutorial I'm going to show you how you can use native tools inside of ANY Cinema 4D version (this includes even LITE for those of you with Adobe After Effects Creative Cloud) to achieve 2D cel shading. What does this mean? Well this means that paired with my previous tutorial (eyedesyn.com/2015/02/26/creating-line-art-animations-using-cinema-4d-lite-cineware-and-after-effects/) about how you can create Line Art without Sketch & Toon, you can now create something similar to the results that you can get by using S&T. Exciting stuff, huh? If you're not familiar with cel shading and how the Sketch & Toon Cel Shader works, be sure to check out my Cel Shading tutorial here:

    If you have any questions, post them in the comments! Be sure to post any examples of you using this technique in your projects as well! Thanks for watching!

    If you want to have access to the Game Boy model I use in this tutorial, it's included in the latest Sketch & Toon Model Pack that you can purchase here:

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