Posts Tagged ‘making-of’


Apr20

Artist creates 3D printed film

2015 at 12:14 pm by admin | Comments Off

Article3DPrintMovie

As a testament to the use of 3D printing in the creative process, artist and filmmaker Gilles-Alexandre Deschaud has uploaded a trailer for his fully 3D-printed film! The film, titled “Chase Me”, is a solo project by Deschaud, whom has spent the past two years putting together every aspect of the film. Every frame of animation is its own printed figure, and even the sets and backgrounds used in the film have been created through the printer. Deschaud has uploaded two videos of the movie, featuring a short trailer as well as a making-of video which shows the creative process behind the film. While the film is still under development, these videos give viewers a good look at what to expect, as well as what can be done with 3D printing in animation.



Aug25

“Stand By Me Doraemon” making-of video released

2014 at 05:59 pm by admin | Comments Off

ArticleDoraemonMaking

Doraemon has been celebrating the release of the newest Doraemon movie, “Stand By Me Doraemon”, in a number of innovative ways, even going so far as to appear in a pre-rendered interview with famous Japanese new personality Tetsuko Kuroyanagi. Now, with the film having released in theaters throughout Japan on August 8th, the Stand By Me Doraemon channel on YouTube has uploaded a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the fan-favorite film!



This making-of video shows several of the steps taken in creating the 3D computer graphics used in the creation of the film, ranging from initial animatic to the fully rendered final product. With “Stand By Me Doraemon” selling nearly 2.5 million tickets within the first 10 days of its theatrical run, alongside the news that the movie will be distributed in 21 countries across the world, including Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, and more, Doraemon’s newest film appearance is sure to make an impact across the world.