torsdag den 25. oktober 2007

At The End of PreProduction!

It's been a while since the last update, as things have been busy on our vitual set. Preproduction will only run for one more week, but I'm happy to annouce that things are on track.

The turnarounds from KunztKoppel are nearly done (we will post them as soon as we have them all returned from touchup)

The dialogue have been recorded and went beyond our wildest expectations- I mean, this is easily that part of film that I've been most psycked about so far. The actors have laid down some awesome performances for the animators to work from.

And speaking of the actors, Let me just introduce the cast:

Our leading role is played by Kasper Leisner:

The Mother is played by non other than Vigga Bro:

The selfserving Priest is played by Allan Klie:And The Sheriff is played by speaker extraordinaire, Lars Junker Thiasgaard:


Andreas Monti caught the dialogue sessions on tape, and continues the turn out amazing art. He's working on the Design-Bible as I post this, and I just want to showcase these awesome drawings he did, inspires by the dialogue-recordings:


This film is gonna kick all kinds of @$$ !

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