So exciting that we get to see all this!!! And what a bonus, to see a mysterious tiger image from "Das indische Grabmal", a fantastic film starring Conrad Veidt as the moody but beautiful prince! (Well, the 1920s version, anyway.)How many animators are working on the film, if I may ask?
Very few, I plan to add 3 or three more to the production.
So inspired pictures! Going also to do little animation with same technique this week. It would be so great to see some photos during animating. I would have couple question:Is cleanup, inking and colouring done with computer, or with "traditional" technique?
There is no clean up or inking on my film. It's all rough animation. Color is aded with the help of a computer program.
Thank you very much for info. Cant wait to see finished film! Hope, there is chance to buy dvd or digital version also, when living in Finland.
Very Cool!!! So excited about it!
How long will your film be Andreas?
Around 30 minutes.
Keep on keep'n on.
Brilliant! Is that Kahl's desk that you mentioned in an earlier post?
Yes, I am animating on Milt's desk. Has it helped me ? Not really, except for the inspirational aspect.
I cannot WAIT until this film is finished!
What are all those reference books you've got lined up, if I may ask?
Those are fine art auction catalogues, from Christie's and Sotheby's. The reproductions are very good. I earmarked the images that interest me.
I'm so hyped for this! Good luck and can't wait to see it!
I love that little sculpture on the right, I'm a huge fan of the chinese style ink-tigers. I don't envy anyone who has to animate a tiger!