Our latest animated project is an adaptation of the classic fairytale Jack and the beanstalk. The film is a part of a larger projectionmapping project in school and for our final showing it will be projected onto a miniature set which I built in my studio. We won’t be releasing the film just yet since we want to see if we can get it selected for the 2018 Pixel filmfestival, but I’ll be posting a video of our set and some of the projections soon. Until then I wanted to share the poster which I created for our film. You can follow the entire process on our instagram sketchbook found here.
One day left in school – with two projects left which will be presented tomorrow. In our three week animation course we produced two shorts, one made in Animate (former Flash) and one in After Effects. I will be putting both of them up here tomorrow but for now I’ll settle for the poster for our lip sync animation “Dutzie”, voiced by Christian Andersen.
This past week me and my group have been working non-stop on our short documentary “Mayhem”. One of my friends was kind enough to spill hits guts in front of the group during a two-hour interview. We shot the whole thing with three cameras (two static one handheld) and used a portable recorder tp capture sound.
Once we had our main footage, we went out on location to get some b-roll footage to go with parts of the story. The deadline is tomorrow morning at 9.00 and we’ve been hammering away on the film like slaves. It’s hard to get a great 2 hour interview down to 10 minutes without chopping the stories apart too much. We’ve skipped some amazing stuff completely, but we’re confident that what we have is a fair and interesting portrait of a peculiar, bizarre and wonderfully strange human being. Here’s the poster.