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Joana: udan 03 Aug 12:43
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   Joana: udan 03 Aug 13:27
2013-08-03 12:43:18 UTC (about 9 years ago)
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Joana:

My short movie was selected in the Anima Mundi International Animation Festival http://www.animamundi.com.br/en/festival/ I can't post the yet, but I can show some production material and some final render images.

Production Stuff: http://detaillibrarycommittee.org/category/joana/

=) Udan

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2013-08-03 12:58:42 UTC (about 9 years ago)
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Joana:

My short movie was selected in the Anima Mundi International Animation Festival http://www.animamundi.com.br/en/festival/ I can't post the yet, but I can show some production material and some final render images.

Production Stuff: http://detaillibrarycommittee.org/category/joana/

=) Udan

Very nice! Did you make the movie yourself? How long did it take? Seems really great from the shots you posted! How was GIMP involved? Did you make the sketches and colorization? Great work :)

2013-08-03 13:27:22 UTC (about 9 years ago)
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Joana:

Very nice! Did you make the movie yourself?

Yes, I've directed, produced and also animated most of it, but I didn't make everything on my own. There was a small, and wonderfull, team of people helping me on the way.

How long did it take? About a year and a halph. Mostly because other jobs that keeping popping and have major priority. It' was a movie made with the money of the Secretary of The City Cultural Affairs with extensive deadlines.

Seems really great from the shots you posted!

Thanks! I want to post it online as soon as possible! But we have some contractual obligations.

How was GIMP involved?
Did you make the sketches and colorization? Great work :)

Everything was drawing in Gimp. Bacground painting, character painting, the separation and creation of replacement pieces in the "cut-out animation" parts, the "full animation" of the main character in two takes and the full animation of several scene elements (water splashs, rain drops...) Blender was used for the animation of the pieces of "cut-out animation", composition and render.

Some videos in the production site shows some parts of the process... here:
http://detaillibrarycommittee.org/2012/06/12/making-puppets-fazendo-bonecos/

And here: http://detaillibrarycommittee.org/2013/01/07/progression-reel/

Thanks again Udan