„Made at Art Camp in collaboration with Saad Moosajee and Danaé Gosset, A Pearl is made using numerous types of 3D animation software. First finalising a digital version, the team then printed 1480 frames using inkjet printers to then be painted, drawn and illustrated on top of, utilising traditional animation techniques. These were then scanned back into the computer and sequenced into a short displaying the benefits of using an amalgamation of animation skills. Both the narrative and tools used were discussed at length from the very beginning, crafting a world by assessing “the impossibility afforded by CG cameras with the aesthetic of hand-drawn animation to try and create an interesting distortion of animated styles.”
Ähnlich wie Virgil Widrich in seinem Kurzfilm „Copy Shop“. Enjoy.
Beitragsbild: Still aus Video „A Pearl“