I continue to make headway on my film. I have posted the latest version of my film to my website
which includes two newly animated scenes. This now brings me to the longest and perhaps the most involved scene of the film. It is the first time that the two characters actively engage with each other. In previous scenes one character is generally only reacting to the other. This time they exchange dialog and have physical contact. Though the big guy dominates the scene I need to be sure the little guy doesn't become stale. I'm looking forward to the challenges it presents and to sinking my teeth into it. After this scene there is really only one major scene. All the others are fairly simple and straight forward.
The two new scenes I just completed are for earthquake and flood insurance. When I originally did this film as my 3rd year student film at CalArts I removed these two scenes due to lack of time to finish them. So it is nice to be able to include them now into the film. I feel they help push the big guy over the edge and his crazed reaction in the scene I am about to start makes more sense. That is the nice thing about revisiting this film. I am now able to make it the way I envisioned it when I was a student but was unable to accomplish. That is both in my animation and storytelling abilities.