(Still: David Stodolny on Twitter)
Yesterday’s post about newly surfaced behind-the-scenes animation blocking from Zootopia animator David Stodolny already has a sequel, as he posted another such clip late last night.
Much like his first tweet on the matter, the latest peek into the film’s creative process again shows Stodolny utilizing both live action blocking as well as 2D animation references to get staff to the final computer-animated product.
As with yesterday’s, it’s another chance to see Zootopia animated in a slightly different style than what was seen in the film.
Here’s another look at my #animation #process on #zootopia. You can see how much the shots changed from my #2danimation blocking to the final shots. There was also a shot cut from the middle of it that’s not shown here. #disney #animator pic.twitter.com/fzXmiHgScQ
— David Stodolny @🏡 (@stodoe) January 7, 2020
Dig what David’s posted lately? Give him a follow on Twitter and let him know; who knows, maybe we’ll get even more behind-the-scenes looks like these.