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Conkrys
10-27-2009, 10:21 PM
It has been almost a year since I finished this film and now after having made a bit of a run in the festival circuits I have published it on-line. It is my final project for the Masters of Animation course I undertook in University of Technology in Sydney in 2008.

So with great joy I present to you... Mariza!

It is about a stubborn donkey and her conflict with by her master, an old fisherman, over a mater of "going the extra mile". The whole skit is "shot" on a 3d animated Greek island.

The film has screened in a number of festivals and has won a few awards and is still going. The next upcoming big festival will be the Nickelodeon animation festival this November.

Mariza Official website: http://www.marizamovie.com (If you are using IE you won't be able to watch it there, but you can still read the info. Use the vimeo and Youtube link)
Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/7168655
Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LmAcfO9lyg

I hope you enjoy the film!

Cheers Constantine

http://www.marizamovie.com/screens_03.jpg

endi2
10-28-2009, 09:30 PM
funny and happy :)
good work

borisignjatovic
10-28-2009, 11:20 PM
Very nice short, man. Great directing. Congrats.

Aelfric
10-30-2009, 11:46 AM
GZ Con!! Really nice job!! Keep up the good work!!

jumaru
10-30-2009, 03:18 PM
Awesome men!!!
It's very good and funny!
Great work!

Ajouz
10-30-2009, 07:17 PM
Great Story, Great models, Great lighting and rendering, i wish the animation was more tightened.

Conkrys
10-30-2009, 07:57 PM
endi2: Thanks for watching. I am glad you like it.
borisignjatovic: thanks
Aelfric: Thank you! Pou se re Alferic. :p
Jumaru: Thank you my friend. Artemis? Loutsa ennoeis.
Ajouz: Yes I know. This was my first proper short film and I was learning Maya at the same time. (3Ds Max user) I also had a hard time with the rigging and I spent a bit more time on modeling than I ought too, so I was left with a very tight schedule for the animation. I barely got one pass done for some shots. Then I had to commit to that because I was paying sound designers to do the sound and they needed the animations ready. Oh well... next time! Also thanks for watching and taking the time to point that out.

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