View Full Version : sci-fi short "BLUE LOLLYPOP" needs CG artists!

07 July 2005, 05:41 AM
"Blue Lollypop" is a short sci-fi piece that is a follow-up to the award winning student film "Eskimo Hill", which was featured on the PBS program Independent Eye. You can view the original film at

Like "Hill", "Lollypop" centers on a guy who drives a remotely operated truck across a strange alien landscape from a stifling little cubicle. The new film is in color and we spent 2 years redesigning everything from scratch, along with elaborating on the world and the characters/creatures who inhabit that world.

This project is very special to us, and we have a small and dedicated team from across the country that has donated their time to it. The live-action photography is already complete, as are a fourth of the CG shots. We are SERIOUS about getting this film done by the end of the year, but we have alot more environments that need to be modeled. We've had artists use programs like MAYA, XSI, and LIGHTWAVE, so whatever your program is we can make it work.

All the designs are done, we just need a few more dedicated artists to help bring them to life! We're talking robots, monsters, vehicles, elaborate architecture, and strange planets! If you are interested in building your portfolio on a film with a unique look and fun team behind it, contact Max Evry at and include as many samples of your best work as possible! Thank you.

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