Hello, things took a brief break over the last month while other projects were in production, but we return to our main indie project with gusto. I decided to redesign the 3D assets so they have more character and connect with the mythos of the story. The craft is almost complete, once it is I will post closeups of it. Plus I have a much better grasp of Blender 3D now so it is going to look rather smashing when I’m done. The live action filming for the teaser trailer (concept) will be done next month so we are aiming to have this trailer online before June 2012.
Anyway here is the raw screenie straight out of Blender 3D.
Thought the Dreamscape Pictures team would pop in and wish you all a lovely Christmas, but while we’re here, it would only be polite to post another piece of concept art for our main project ‘The Object’.
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Expect a much faster stream of updates during 2012 as we go up a gear 🙂
Here is another fraction of a concept image made in the glorious Blender we are releasing to the public. Don’t worry, you have no chance of working out what this thing is 🙂
Making good progress. Camera and lens tests, CGI, compositing, test shoots with actors, drinking beer, script polishing, more beer, physical effects, arguing over remakes, framing for 2:39:1 and setting short, medium and long term plans for the project. Oh and having a beer. We are actually rather excited as you can probably tell!
Hi all, Simon here. Just a little fun development update. This a sneak shot at something I’m working on with Blender . It’s for the indie film project that we recently announced, I can say no more at this time, expect lots more by the beginning of 2012 however 🙂
Hello! Allow us to introduce the first concept poster for our film project ‘The Object’. The storyline is still under wraps, but something we can reveal is this exclusive piece of artwork. More details will be forthcoming over the next few weeks as the Engines of Production grind into motion.
Made using Blender 2.6 with a little editing in Photoshop.