Animation: N'PHILIM

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  06 June 2003
Animation: Short-film "N'PHILIM"

Hi all,

This is a short-film called N'PHILIM, produced by a group of animation students from the University of Hawaii at Kapi'olani of which I took part in.

This project spanned from the summer/fall of 2001 which was spent on pre-production, followed into spring 2002 on actual production and an extra 6 weeks 24/7 on final post-production and rendering. blah...

More details will be posted on the wrecktangle site covering the script, concept art, storyboards and misc. (yet-to-be-updated-hopefully-time-willing-must-sleep)

N'PHILIM Short Film
Quicktime file size: 44mb (right-click save as)
Apx running time: 5 minutes

Any C & C is appreciated. Enjoy!

Dean G.

PS. The website is still new so not much to see yet...

Last edited by eRaDiCaT0r : 06 June 2003 at 02:44 PM.
  06 June 2003
That's really cool! I have to say I'm not a big fan of cel shading, but that's just a personal opinion. All the modeling is really nice! The little death robots on the poles were cool. Nice job.
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  06 June 2003
Hey thanks for the reply!

The final render outlook was determined by what we had at the time , a global illumination renderer would have been great but costly in getting it done in time.
  01 January 2006
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