Used Studio Artist like mad in this entire film :) Every background was made using some 3D tool, then processed with Photoshop and painted right on using StudioArtist 4.

Just as a teaser and so you can see some more shots of the film... here's the second trailer.

Voices (in order of appearance)
Danny Coffey as Arc
Jeremy Sickels as Scotty
Yuya Takeda as Apex

Advisor
Shaun Foster

Animation by
Robyn Stanford
Sean Malony
Ng Chong Han (NCH85)

3D Models by
Madeleine Rabil
Justin Holt
Jason Pries

Additional Material by
Adam Goldman
FilterForge Authors

Music by
Giuliano Frontera (Neo.G)
Yuya Takeda (Skybase)

Sound Design
Yuya Takeda

Thanks
3D Digital Graphics (RIT)

Written/ Directed/Produced by
Yuya Takeda

Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 stars.

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Comment by Chris Northcross on February 19, 2012 at 2:50pm

That...that's amazing work!  You guys did an amazing job.

Comment by Julian Grant on July 4, 2012 at 11:57am

Nice integration.  Very well done.

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