|Featured Artist - Miron Lockett (Teviniii)|
My name is Miron Lockette (aka Teviniii in the forum). I'm an actor, singer and songwriter, so the elements of theatre come naturally to me. Transferring those skills to animation is something that I never dreamed of doing but I am having the time of my life! In addition to writing the script, music and lyrics, I also acted and sang every role. I generally collaborate with a very talented filmmaker named Christopher Leo Daniels but unfortunately for this project, he was only able to supply the face of Etta James.
I began using iClone about a year and a half ago. At the time, I had just started experimenting with a very primitive form of 2D animation that proved to be too tedious. After a couple of weeks, I started searching around on the internet for a more modern and computer driven way to animate and that's how I discovered iClone.
Q: Why did you choose the movie "DreamGirls" to join this competition?
Q: How many design bases you have? G2 or G3? What's the benefit about using CloneCloth?
I only own the G2 cloth so I am looking forward to getting my hands on the G3 update! I'd have to say that the greatest benefit of Clone Cloth is the ability to quickly drop a generic texture or hue over an established template. Although it can't compare to creating your own opacity layers and customized textures, it does save a lot of time.
Q: What's the most difficult part in producing this video?
The most challenging issue was trying to figure out how to effectively voice the Whitney Houston character. She ended up sounding like equal parts Tina Turner, Joan Rivers, Bette Davis and Jack Klugman.
Q: How did you make exaggerative facial animation? Where's the idea from?
Q: What will you suggest to the new beginners in iClone?
I would advise anyone who is new to iClone to learn to manage his or her time wisely because the software is ADDICTIVE. It's also important to choose themes and projects that you love - and HAVE FUN!!!
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