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Another World

Posted: Thu, 5th Jul 2007, 8:59am

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Meetle

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This is the short teaser of my upcoming motion picture, Another World, created as a tribute to the original game.

My story is still under construction and will be a bit different from the original one. It will include a lot of the same elements as seen ingame.

For this teaser I created a 3D animation sequence and made some adjustments and extra effects with VisionLab.

Im pretty happy with the result and hope you will enjoy the short teaser.


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Posted: Thu, 5th Jul 2007, 2:27pm

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Mr asger

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AWSOME!!! what 3d program did you use?

I gave it 5stars (du får fem store stjerner af mig) biggrin
Posted: Thu, 5th Jul 2007, 3:22pm

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Waser

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Mashiaroooobah!!!
Posted: Thu, 5th Jul 2007, 3:45pm

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Meetle

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I used Blender3d from the Blender Foundation to created the 3d sequence.

Link: http://www.blender.org/
Posted: Fri, 6th Jul 2007, 9:39pm

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doone128

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Looking forward to seeing more of this. Another World was one of my fave games back in the day.
Good work on the teaser. It's got me wanting to see more!
Posted: Tue, 10th Jul 2007, 4:02pm

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NinjaBros

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All I can say is that was really cool.
Posted: Wed, 11th Jul 2007, 7:20pm

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The Critic of Death

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What!?

I would have released a 2 min. teaser trailer with more.

Just more.
Posted: Thu, 12th Jul 2007, 12:53pm

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White Balance Guy

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Absolutely perfect professional studio logo graphics. This very short Teaser scene clearly demonstrates excellent attention to detail. The lighting is such that when it pulses on produces a perfect exposure, and this immediately caused me to have eerie thoughts. Also the slow but deliberate swinging of the lightbulb instantly draws your attention to it and the music correctly sets the mood for the scene. I am curious which software's were used for the studio logo graphics.

Lou
Posted: Thu, 12th Jul 2007, 2:41pm

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Movie

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Meetle wrote:

I used Blender3d from the Blender Foundation to created the 3d sequence.

Link: http://www.blender.org/
When ever i here the word blender, my head hurts.... but anyways, good teaser smile cant wait to see the real thing.
Posted: Thu, 12th Jul 2007, 6:17pm

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davlin

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I love this, it's got real style maybe just maybe the cutting torch effect might have been a bit stronger...tends to look like sparkler
firework.
I wish you'd do whole thing in cgi...but that's me.


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Posted: Thu, 12th Jul 2007, 9:18pm

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Plainly

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Wow! looks like a great movie. I especially like your sound effects! The CGI is also great.

Good job!

I only wish you'd put more than just one scene... Ah well.

I really hope you put the full movie on fxhome! I'd love to see it.

mrgreen
Posted: Thu, 19th Jul 2007, 5:25am

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Atom

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I must've missed the point of this one, in all honesty. To me, it just seems like a short modeling test. Your skill is there, but other than that there was nothing really here for me.
Posted: Thu, 19th Jul 2007, 11:21am

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Sollthar

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This was very cool. I liked this, because it had something very few films in the cinema have: style.

I hope the rest of the film will show the same amount of style and artistic integrity as this, then I can see a personal favorite coming. cool
Posted: Thu, 13th Sep 2007, 7:48am

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Meetle

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Submitted a version of this teaser in .mov format.

- Thanks to all for your comments.
Posted: Sat, 18th Oct 2008, 11:20pm

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Meetle

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Submitted a version of this teaser in .flv format.