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Comment by grecodan on October 31, 2013 at 2:57pm

Kannst du uns mehr über die Produktion? Wie wurde die Animation gemacht? Haben Sie mit einem Team zu arbeiten?

Comment by StopmoNick on November 1, 2013 at 2:05am
I really like this - weird, original, brilliant!
Comment by Steve Boot on November 1, 2013 at 2:16am

I second what Nick say's!  Reminds me of Svankmajer's work, but different.  Excellent.

Comment by grecodan on November 1, 2013 at 7:52am

^ Different, in that it actually has a point!  

Comment by Gabriel Möhring on November 2, 2013 at 5:14am
Wow what a huge compliment to relate my film with Svankmajer's work! I am really happy that you guys like my film- Thanks!
Comment by Gabriel Möhring on November 2, 2013 at 5:57am

Hallo grecodan. Der Film wurde in einem kleinen Team gemacht. Ich habe sehr eng mit einer Modellbauerin( Elena Haller) aus einem Architekturbüro für den Bau der Maschine zusammen gearbeitet. Ich habe die Köpfe gemacht und sie hat unter meiner Anleitung den Rest der Maschine nachgebaut. Die Köpfe sind aus Schaumlatex (Foamlatex). In die Lippen habe ich von innen Draht eingesetzt. Die Gebisse habe ich aus Kunststoff gegossen. Bei der unteren Zahnreihe habe ich Gelenke verwendet. Nachdem wir den Sprecher/Schauspieler aufgenommen haben. habe ich den Ton geschnitten und anschliessend auf "X-Sheets" Frame für Frame transkribiert. Gedreht habe ich in einer Blackbox. Das Licht und die Einstellung wurde von einem Kamera- und Lichtspezialisten( Benjamin Dobo) gesetzt. Animiert habe ich mit Dragon Frame mit 24 Fps. Die Mundstellungen (mouthshapes) habe ich hauptsächlich ohne "replacements"gemacht. Nur für runde Mundstellungen wie "O" und "U" habe ich replacements verwendet. Lieber Gruss Gabriel

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