Animation Demo Reel 2019
Animation Demo Reel Breakdown:
1. A legendary friendship: Spiderman and Deadpool Rig provided by Kiel Figgins. Done for practice as part of Animtober 2019 challenge.
2. Gorilla Behavior Study Sequence: Ape Rig provided by Kiel Figgins. Created as part of Creature Animation Workshop on Animation Mentor taught by Shawn Kelly.
3. Dog sniffing sequence: Sloan Dog Rig provided by Animation Mentor. Walk created as part of Body Mechanics class on Animation Mentor taught by Elliot Roberts.
4. Female Personality Walk: Stella Rig provided by Animation Mentor. Walk created as part of Body Mechanics class on Animation Mentor taught by Elliot Roberts.
5. Spell Attack: Rig By Joe Daniels. Animated for practice. Responsible for creating particle effects.
6. Sneaky Walk and Tip Toe Walk: Rig provided as part of Body Mechanics package created by Joe Daniels.
Technical Art (Rigging and Simulation) Demo Reel 2019
Technical Art( Rigging and Simulation) Demo reel Breakdown:
1. Fish School Simulation: Responsible creating the simulation using particle emitter. Responsible for rigging and animating the fish. Fish model by Turbosquid. To view more crowd simulation please visit the link: https://niharikajain.myportfolio.com/crowd-simulation.
2. Human Biped Rig: Sculpted, Modeled, Rigged and Animated the character as part of Animation Production Pipeline Class. Responsible for lighting, rendering and editing the short. Please visit the link to watch the animated short: vimeo.com/340372032
3. Jelly Fish Simulation: Modeled and Rigged the jellyfish. Created tentacles using ncloth and particle effect using n-particles.
4. Pulley and Rope Simulation: Simulation created using nhair and ncloth in Maya.
5. Snow Tracks Animation and Simulation: Snow tracks created using nparticles in Maya.
6. Moths Attracted to Light: Moth crowd created using Maya mash and flocking behavior to attract them to a light.
7. Rig for Animatronic Tom Foolery: Created a rig replicating the mechanical design for the animatronic using IK controls and custom Python script. Responsible for animating the animatronic. To learn more please visit: etc.cmu.edu/projects/miracle-workshop-2