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CApruzzese    104

 

So I finished another Lovecraft animation for my series. I tried some new tings in this ones, like more effects wrk and using the autorités for the main character. It also takes place mostly outside which is new for me with these projects. I tried to push the soundscape a lite further as well. 

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CApruzzese    104
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  • 3 hours ago, Anthony Owen said:

    Nice job! A one man studio has its work cut out and you pulled it off.

    I would love to have a budget and  at least one other person working with me on something someday! LOL I have had zero contracts for a while now, it's really slow here so Have plenty of time to work on stuff at least. Have 4 more animations planned for this year, but not gothic horror. Looking forward to doing more cartoon and funny stuff. 

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  • 2 hours ago, lunarvertex said:

    That was really great had me captivated, keep it up! :Bananeyessss:

    Thank you! I get good feedback from this gothic horror shorts. Now this one is done I want to step back a little (It's the 6th in the series so far!) Ans reevaluate what i want from doing them. I DO want to keep doing them though! 

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    lopakam    56

    I like it!  The animation does a great job of telling the story, so much so that the narration takes a secondary roll.  May I ask how long this took you to make?  Montreal most be a great place to work, a lot of VFX is done there.  Isn't RodeoFX from there?

     

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  • 2 hours ago, lopakam said:

    I like it!  The animation does a great job of telling the story, so much so that the narration takes a secondary roll.  May I ask how long this took you to make?  Montreal most be a great place to work, a lot of VFX is done there.  Isn't RodeoFX from there?

     

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    From script to final version it was about 300 hours of work. I started it in September. There was a break waiting for the narration to be recorded, then a short break for me to finish my 2 "Dramatic Readings" shorts. Then it was work every day until it was done.  RodeoFX does have an office here, haven't found anything I can get my foot in the door with there. I worked on the 2 seasons of a show for a studio called Apartment 11 that does children's shows that went really well and we got nominated for an international Emmy... but not more work after that! It's a lot of getting your foot in the door and I have small feet apparently. 

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