clean keys for grouped actions that blend with the actions in cuts 007-01 and 005-01. The keys test represent motion timing only, and not final cut length timing. Use of grouped actions from the other cuts allows all three to be composed as needed.
Flat colors and shadow layers for 012-03. Bear in mind that the final color scheme is affected greatly by composite passes in the comp phase, current colors may appear bright or off-hue. This cut is ready for composition.
009-01 builds off the action of 007-01 and 005-01, all of which show Lincoln working at his holo-interface. Here we’ve added more extreme lip movements in the second position, as well as adding new hand gestures.
The nature of these cuts (largely built from grouped actions) allows us to mix and match elements from each to create the additional variations in action needed to extend the times and even allow the cuts to be used more than once.
Key frames (top and bottom) for Lincoln’s chuckles as the Cleaner realizes his mistake. The distortion effect on the holo-Linc will, like the effect in 013-02, be added in post. The keys action here on Lincoln does NOT represent the final action, as that will be made from staggered timing of his frames.
As these four cuts all share a layout and minimal animation (with the exception of 012-01 and 06) we’ve grouped them together as a set. 006-01 and 07 have only minor actions, but the splatter in 012-01 may be as chunky as in 012-03, and the explosions in 06 will be fairly complex, since almost everything shifts and breaks apart as it the room collapses. Thankfully the shared elements between the cuts will help to balance some of the load.