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I Will Dream

A blog with mostly sketches, WIPs, silly things, and what have you's created and drawn by RaveyRai, me--hence the url's name.
I'm an Animation student that attends SCAD - Atlanta. I like to tell stories but they're very visual tis the reason why I'm not some acclaimed author.
This blog may also talk about personal projects that I'm doing and other things of that nature. That is all. Hit the "Ask: button up top if you have any questions and/or concerns.

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Jul 16 '14

Storyboard pro is making this such a fun process though.

Jul 15 '14

omgmissawesome asked:

Do you have a YouTube channel of your animations?

No I do not! I have a vimeo account of some of my class assignments though!

Reason for not having youtube videos is because I’m debating with myself on how to better go about that; like posting on my personal youtube account or posting on an all encompassing channel for something I’m trying to jumpstart and be seen as more professional/serious. I just don’t know.

(but i’m getting closer and closer to a definite decision)

Jun 15 '14
I did that thing where you pause scenes so you can draw them and create the storyboard for it. It makes it easier to see how they compose the shots together.

This was of that Gelato commercial with that Italian couple fighting and I thought it was fantastic. One of my favs. I recommend doing this if you’re interested in storyboarding.

Especially do it from commercials since you typically only have a minute or so (or less) to get your point across and EVERYTHING seen is important. That and it’s not a lot to draw. I ended up with 25 stickies/drawings.

Imagine a movie.

I did that thing where you pause scenes so you can draw them and create the storyboard for it. It makes it easier to see how they compose the shots together.

This was of that Gelato commercial with that Italian couple fighting and I thought it was fantastic. One of my favs. I recommend doing this if you’re interested in storyboarding.

Especially do it from commercials since you typically only have a minute or so (or less) to get your point across and EVERYTHING seen is important. That and it’s not a lot to draw. I ended up with 25 stickies/drawings.

Imagine a movie.

May 23 '14

deshastewart asked:

Hi! I'm an animation student too (at the College for Creative Studies, though) and just wanted to let you know that I love your art. :D What's your favorite cartoon?

Aww thank you! CCC huh? That’s cool! How’s it there? I go to SCAD (Savannah college of art and design)—-have I shared that on this blog before? I guess not, hmm.

Ah! My favorite cartoon? Favorite anythings are just so hard to really stick to and say.

But currently, I’m definitely in love with Amazing World of Gumball and Adventure Time. I love a lot of other productions as well but those two leave me in a constant state of awe, laughs, and feelings.

Yourself?!

May 23 '14
So the #sketchdailies for today (yesterday, iunno) was Storm. So here! Have Storm.

So the #sketchdailies for today (yesterday, iunno) was Storm. So here! Have Storm.

May 16 '14

sun-thief-rai:

More progress on this slightly difficult, long scene while guest starring Ashley (allthecleverthings).

May 9 '14

Ok but I love these characters though.

Apr 29 '14
Look at what i doodled—animated—real quick! :D ME.

Look at what i doodled—animated—real quick! :D ME.

Apr 27 '14
…this is how i’ve been feeling lately.

…this is how i’ve been feeling lately.

Apr 14 '14

 ”It’s goin’ down, basement, Friday The 13th guess who’s playing Jason?”

No one can tell me that she’s not a character.

 ”It’s goin’ down, basement, Friday The 13th guess who’s playing Jason?”

No one can tell me that she’s not a character.