Day 6 and I'm continuing to work on stuff for another upcoming pitch. Its exciting stuff as its got a neat concept going for it. I'm learning more and more on the collaborative side of things with group discussions, important feedback from the directors as well as the pipeline that ensures everyone can work together across multiple files with proper naming conventions etc. Hopefully, it will get the green light so we can continue to take it all the way.
In the mean time, I thought I share with you an animated short by Dara Cazamea, one of the guys at Nexus that I am fortunate to be working with. This was his graduation project co-directed by four other guys. Some really great stuff here so be sure to give it a watch when you have the time. It has a B-movie type plot so it rings a lot of bells from our own group projects earlier in the year.
Word of warning: contains a lot of blood and scenes not for the squeamish... but really its hilarious so don't let it put you off.
You may like having a good lunch in a quiet place as a park... But what if your lunch doesn't?
In the street everyone can hear you scream, but honestly who cares?
Try it out in stereoscopic 3D if you dare!
Hambuster is a graduation movie co-directed by five students from Supinfocom Arles.
This production is a 6 min short film and it was all done in 3D stereoscopic.
I just realised Phil has already posted this on the group blog (2 days ago in fact!) but waargh I'll post it up here anyways.