Visual identity / Identidade Visual

Posted in Committee, Detail Library on January 27th, 2011 by dilly

Hello everyone,

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Before entering the subject of this post, I would like to announce that we have begun to animate our first short: Joana. Daniel is currently drawing on an animation table. Yes, you read it correctly, an animation table. But more details on the process of Joana will be shown in future posts.

Today I’ll present an overview of the creation process for our visual identity, the one that you see in this blog.
Last year, when I was still in college, I had some subjects related to creating visual identities. Besides my own I also decided to make the identity of this project. We used to have an “old” identity created by Damasceno, but it was originally made for what was once a short film “only”: The detail library. When the Detail Library became the name we would use for the whole project, I felt the need for another symbol.

Old Detail Library logo

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Welcome! / Sejam bem vindos!

Posted in Announcements, Committee, Detail Library on December 27th, 2010 by committee

Hello!

Welcome to the new Detail Library site.
In the right column, under “About”, you can:
Learn more about the creators of the project and its partners, more contact information, see the license used for the project and finally know the details about the project itself!
All this in English and Portuguese with the Portuguese part right after English.

Despite being implicit in the project page about our intentions, we think it best to devote the first posting on this site noting, in the simplest way we could, what it’s about the project:

The Detail Library is a virtual environment for that catalog and
allows the acces of it’s visitor to a number os stories and their
respective creative processes.
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Back to the present!

Posted in Committee, Detail Library on November 8th, 2010 by committee

Hello!

As you (readers of this blog) must know, last week we’ve been attending the Blender Conference 2010 to present our new (and crazy) project to the community. And now, here we are, back to Brazil, to tell you how it went. (That’s after we arrived and went almost directly to our classrooms where our students were waiting for us.) it was a rough arrival!

We went to the Netherlands with our heads in the clouds (not just literally), thinking only in presenting our project and sow the feedback from people. After all these years, mainly in the last months, all our thoughts are around this project. In one instance, it was very pretentious of us to think that this was the thing to care about: to present the project. Luck for us that we have this wonderful community that, not only make this incredible tool, butl also reminded us again of what really matters: The community itself and the interchange that it provides. And that is very appropriate, once our project is about community and all the things that can be developed trough interchangeability. We forgot that for a moment but you were very quick in reminding us – and for that we are very thankful!

The event was great. It was wonderful to be in a place where ideas converge to common points and everybody speaks in the same language. And speaking of that, we had some trouble with our messy english, but people seemed willing to understand so that was ok. We were astonished by the quality of the presentations and with the competence of the participants. Congratulations to each and everyone of you. Read more »

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