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09 September 2006, 09:10 AM
we, three students from the GERMAN FILM SCHOOL, have just finished our graduation film WANTED. The whole film was produced in about six months.
I hope you enjoy the film. Comments are welcome.
http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still6_s.jpg (http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still6.jpg) http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still5_s.jpg (http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still5.jpg) http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still4_s.jpg (http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still4.jpg) http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still3_s.jpg (http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still3.jpg) http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still2_s.jpg (http://wanted-shortfilm.com/images/misc/still2.jpg)
direct link to the film:
If you enjoyed the film you can vote for it in the aniboom competition:
Tobias von Burkersroda (Producer) - firstname.lastname@example.org (http://email@example.com)
Paul Schicketanz - firstname.lastname@example.org (http://email@example.com)
Max Stöhr (Director) - firstname.lastname@example.org (http://email@example.com)
Tobias von Burkersroda:
Story, Animatic, Rigging, Planning, Animation, Compositing
Modeling, Shading, Texturing, Rendering, Lighting, Compositing Supervsion, Scene Setup, Effects
Story, Storyboard, Animatic, Character-Design, Animation, Compositing
Softimage|XSI, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop, Apple Shake
09 September 2006, 02:23 PM
ha ha, clever little short! super well done.
09 September 2006, 02:55 PM
I loved the visuals, great sense of style and well pulled off. The animation made great use of rubber hosing and warping, it was nice to see you moved away from the rigidness of 3D! The vibrant colours worked a charm but gradually became a bit too sickly for me, but thats just my opinion!
All in all i was really impressed with this! Congratulations, good luck with your aniboom competition.
09 September 2006, 03:26 PM
I loved it. I, too, thought it was a nice break from what we're used to seeing in 3D. The character design and style of animation was great. You really thought about the character's physical shape when animating. It reminded me of stop-motion in a way. Even the flat look of the smoke from the train appealed to me. Great job and good luck!
09 September 2006, 07:42 PM
it's a great movie you did there, I love it :)
Like the others said, it's nice to see something that doesn't look Standard-CG!
Keep up the good work! Hope we'll meet someday at Pixar or something ;)
09 September 2006, 10:02 PM
09 September 2006, 06:46 AM
hahahaha good one. i liked the end, an unexpected one. nice job.
09 September 2006, 08:43 AM
loooooool.... very nice :scream:
10 October 2006, 01:44 PM
Nice style :D and also good animation.
10 October 2006, 03:55 PM
ehehe wonderful broke back hairy mountain :P
Very lovely boy that try to save "him" from "her" -.-'''
a little bit confuse? :P
Very nice style guys. Have cartoon feeling. Simple but very nice.
10 October 2006, 04:41 PM
thanks for all the comments and nice words :)
by the way: paul and me are looking for jobs right now ;)
10 October 2006, 06:52 AM
I havn't seen an animation like this since Bluto and Popeye ran around throwing Olive Oil over their shoulders. “Oh help me Popeye” – classic. You have really translated this squash and stretch style into 3d well.
10 October 2006, 10:01 AM
The way the bad guy's scream at the end is interupted by the kissing is especially funny.
10 October 2006, 10:55 AM
i like the end! is really really funny to me :)
10 October 2006, 06:45 AM
Thanks for your nice comments, I'm glad, that you like it that much :)
10 October 2006, 02:44 AM
That was the best set up for a cliched ending ever, and then to end that way was sooo perfect. I can honestly say I was not expecting that. You did such a great job of setting up the audience and then twist it like that at the end was priceless. I also enjoyed the overall style of the short. Very stop motion like. Great job.
10 October 2006, 02:44 AM
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