Posted in Announcements, Detail Library, Gadanthara, Production on August 22nd, 2014 by dilly

Our short animation movie is finished!
But before we can put the movie and all the production files on line, the short needs to (try to) participate in festivals. So… the animation itself on the internets only next Year! Sorry about that! But we have some nice final shots for you (click on the images for full resolution):



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Lighting and Render

Posted in Gadanthara, Production on December 4th, 2013 by dilly

Finally we are in the lighting and rendering stage of the short. Check out the render (almost there) of the second shot:
Finalmente estamos na etapa de iluminação e render do curta. Confira o render (quase lá) da segunda tomada:
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Posted in Gadanthara, Production on June 14th, 2013 by dilly

A quick update just to show our Trolley: The CatBonde!
Its Design is from Flávio Markiewicz and Paula Markiewicz. The modeling is from Flávio as well. The texturing, shading and RIG is made by me. There are some things to fix, but it is mostly done.


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Progression Reel:

Posted in Joana, Production on January 7th, 2013 by daniel

Production progression reel, from concepts to the final shots.

“Invisible Child” by Bruno Ito

Progression Reel from detail library on Vimeo.

Final Renders:

Posted in Joana, Production on January 2nd, 2013 by daniel

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Backgrounds – Cenários:

Posted in Joana, Production on November 21st, 2012 by daniel

Some of our background paintings to “Joana” – Algumas de nossas pinturas de cenário para “Joana:

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Random Affairs Ministry / Ministério de Assuntos Aleatórios

Posted in Concepts, Gadanthara, Production on June 22nd, 2012 by dilly


We entered the stage of texturing and rendering the scene, which is already almost entirely modeled.
We started with one of the main buildings of the short: The Random Affairs Ministry.

To streamline the process of creation we are using the 3D model itself (rendered only using ambient occlusion) as a base to paint using the concepts “repetitive patterns as colors”.
This whole process of painting will be displayed in a next post in video form.

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