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31-10-2004, 08:00 PM
My brother and I just finished an ad for a film that we are working on. Please have a look.
31-10-2004, 09:52 PM
Unbelievable, i got a few suggestions if you are looking for them though.
The last scene with the cam zooming into the goat eye, the goat seems very non fury. I like fury goats too :p
Uhmm also, I was expecting something funny out of it, I mean...Three Goats sounds like something funny :p, but obviously it will be interesting to see what you can make out of serious goats, it looks absolutely outstanding otherwise, I wanna see it when it comes out :p
31-10-2004, 10:52 PM
sirchced : I mate well done great work. from you and your brother how long did it take you two. i love the feeling that you get from the scene and also the music. i love that story about the three goats. Any chance of a render of the goblin
01-11-2004, 01:52 AM
Thanks for your kind words sicarius and Curien.
We wanted to have real fur on the goats, but we found that it was too much of a technical hassle for us. We had to settle for something less than ideal. Keep in mind, it is just my brother and I doing everything so we have to make sacrifices for the sake of time.
The timing of this project is a little odd. I came up with the idea about two years ago and started writing a script last year. It was complete long before we actually decided to make the film. We started the design phase in early July and we have been working on it ever since. We have about 95% of the designs and modeling done. So, now we are animating and composting. It would take us about another three to four months to complete the project, but we have both been hired recently by another animation company so we might not finish the project until later next year.
It should be noted that we had nothing to do with the music. The music that you hear in the ad was actually taken from Interview With The Vampire movie. We have a musician who has agreed to help us, Joey Newman http://www.joeynewman.com , but he did not have enough time to put something together for the ad. We look forward to working with him. He is a great guy and a fantastic musician.
01-11-2004, 04:32 PM
Great mood you guys have set here for this piece... i also like the transitions you guys put in there :D
Can't wait for the final film.
08-11-2004, 08:09 AM
I love it very nicly put together
08-11-2004, 09:50 PM
I actually like that fact that goat did not have fur. The texture you used helped to accentuate the gothic effect. Great job!
10-11-2004, 11:36 PM
It looks good and the mood is set very well. But I don't know the story of the 3 Goats.
Do you think you could give a quick summary here so I know a little more about what Im looking at?
11-11-2004, 12:37 AM
I'm sure you can find the story somewhere on the web if you do a search for The Three Billy Goats Gruff.
I did a quick search and found this site that has a few versions, http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/type0122e.html
But here is a summary...
There are three goats increasing in size who one at a time cross a bridge to get at the food on the other side. But, there is a troll who lives below the bridge who is hungry as well and trys to eat the goats when they attempt to cross. The first two goats make it passed the troll because they are small and not very meaty. The last and biggest goat faces the troll and fights him off of the bridge. In the end all of the goats get to the other side and fatten up on the fresh grass.
There is a little more to the kids story than that, but I think that's enough to get the idea.
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