title that clearly describes what I’m going to speak;) “Rose” is a short Jesus has done Orellana (you can also find you on Facebook and IMDB). To make the short, used Daz Studio and Blender:) Blender I had to go somewhere;) Blender Although not the primary application used by Jesus, if you used Blender for some things “unimportant” as cloth, plastic and blood . I say “no importance” because of the complexity that leads to simulate cloth and fluid (blood). This does not mean that Daz Studio does not need to take into account, does not detract from other applications just because they are FLOSS.
Jesus Orellana had no experience in the film for what has been a producer, Reliz, editor, and everything else … . This also gives more merit, IMHO. In an interview I have done, says:
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Were Mainly a trial and error process.
first six months were mostly trial and error.
But it has the advantage of being so artist’s imagination has failed resulting in a very interesting and pretty short. Also of note is the fight scenes … ups … go, and I have spoiled the plot: D Back to topic, has many original features of a person engaged in the world of comic , such as fabrics that look, dust in the camera, the stones on the floor … Look near the end, when he enters the church, the level of detail, plants, … Very impressive .
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some links to promotional posters: poster 1, poster 2, poster poster 3 and 4.
Well, I’m talking and never stop. Returning to the FLOSS world, I want to stress is that Blender is an option, maybe not for all, but for some things . Each day gets better and adding new things (in the latest versions can highlight the new rendering engine, the tracking system, …). Look at the blood and the fabrics and see it has a very good quality:) IMHO, it is important that such projects are disclosed because, although they have not made entirely with FLOSS shows that Blender is a viable option and take into account.
Come on, you will not keep you any longer and I let you see the short: