I came across a dead dragonfly at one of the classrooms of my school. Felt like it must have been affinity, so I took some photos of it for reference before releasing it back to nature.
This comes in handy for some of my close up shots.
“Always trust your very first idea that comes to mind. It may not be polished, but is most original, truest to the audience from the director’s mind.”
Ishu Patel, Oct 2012
I have to admit that one of the main influence of my work for Affinity: Our Song is 5cm per second by Makoto Shinkai.
Here, the visuals wouldn’t make much sense without watching the 3 episodes. We will try our best to have our visuals make sense and even gain empathy from the audience, within the short 3 minutes of song.
Our final animatic/storyboards would be ready this weekend!
a trial of affinity
Even on different trains in different directions
the meeting point being the same station
for affinity brings two destined entities back together again
If you wonder what’s the use of learning math in high school etc., here is where they get applied! This is the math for the bobbing of the seeds on the plant.
And here are the codes for simulating the dandelion clock.