martes, 5 de noviembre de 2013

Animaciones vikingas

Varios cortometrajes de animación con temas vikingos
Some animation shortfilms with viking themes.

Project Name: "VIKING"
Installation Running Time: 2 x :60
Making Of:
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Agency: Atelier Brückner GmbH
Producer: Cord-Hinrich Grote

Production Company: Shilo
Director: Tom Green
Creative Director: Tom Green
Executive Producer: Cary Flaum
Matte Painting: Chris Brock, Donald Yatomi, Ed Li, William Dely
Character Designer: Joe Kennedy, Alex Mandrajiiev
Designers: Tae Kim, Ann Kruetzkamp
Editor: Frederick Ross
2D Lead: Jahmad Rollins
2D Animation: Jamal Otolorin, Laura Yilmaz
3D Animation: Justin Miller
Compositing/Texturing: Stephanie Corda, Vlad Guskic, Brian Do, Tom Green
Storyboard: Mark Pacella
Writer: Dave Bourla
Producer: Hayley Underwood

Music Company: ECHOLAB

VO Artist: Jan Waldekranz

Animation and design for the ARTE

For the third time, Perception teamed up with Marvel for the latest in their series of sophisticated feature-length animated films. As we travel through the frames of what is essentially an ancient comic book, flat planes are revealed to be deep windows luring the camera deeper and deeper into epic realms. As the voyage jumps from realm to realm, there are hints throughout to the themes later explored in the film. The sequence is an intensive collaboration between a team of multi-talented artists, utilizing 3D elements, hand painted interpretations of characters, and artwork straight from the team at Marvel Animation. All of the elements are sewn together to create a title sequence that is worthy of truly epic tale.

The Mead Of Poetry, a new poetic account of an ancient Norse tale, inspired by Tolkien and written in the old Norse form of Fornyrdislag.
Original poem, written & narrated by Celestial Elf.

The Mead of Poetry (Old Norse skáldskapar mjaðar), also known as Mead of Suttungr is a mythical beverage that whomsoever drinks 'becomes a skald or scholar' able to recite any information and solve any question. The drink is a vivid metaphor for poetic inspiration, often associated with Odin the God of 'possession' via berserker rage or poetic inspiration.

A Word On Odin in the context of Poetry;
Odin ; The Old Norse noun Óðr may be the origin of the theonym Óðinn (Anglicized as Odin), and it means "mind", "soul" or "spirit" (so used in stanza 18.1 of the Poetic Edda poem Völuspá). In addition, Óðr can also mean "song", "poetry" and "inspiration", and as noted has connotations of 'possession'.
More details at my Blog, The Dance Of Life ( )

Endormi depuis des millénaires entre les racines de l'arbre Yggdrasil, le loup Fenrir est réveillé par les rayons du soleil. Enragé, il se libère de ses liens et escalade l'arbre. Arrivé au sommet, il s'attaque au soleil, sans se rendre compte que derrière lui, un héros apparait.

Film réalisé comme court métrage d'ouverture pour le Festival International du Film d'Animation (FIFA) d'Annecy 2009.
Par Nuno Alves Rodrigues, Oussama Bouacheria, Alice Dieudonné, Aymeric Kevin, Ulysse Malassagne, étudiants de la formation Conception et réalisation de films d'animation (2ème année).

Distribution :
La distribution des films produits par GOBELINS, l'école de l'image est assurée par L'Agence du court métrage. Contact :

This is an original short film which is part of the "Tree" film project.


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