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Podcast #3: "Pigeon: Impossible."

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  • Posted by: eumel3d
  • Added on: 11 June 2008 14:55
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All good things are three. Today 3DK.org shows you the 3rd podcast from Lucas Martell. In this episode of the Pigeon: Impossible podcast, he gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the lighting design of his upcoming short, as well as a brief tutorial on how multiple lighting passes were used to build the visual look of the film.





Welcome to the PI Podcast!!!


Lucas Martell, a freelance animator from Austin, Texas, spent the last four years (togehter with over 100 artists, musicians, and animators) on an ambitious project named: "Pigeon Impossible".



The Story:


"Pigeon: Impossible" is the tale of Walter, a rookie secret agent faced with a porblem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase. The 6-min. animated film is currently wrapping up production and will be hitting the festival circuit in the fall of 2008.



The Podcast #3:


In the meantime Lucas Martell started a series of podcasts for an in-depth look at the making of the film. These podcasts show production-guidelines and making-of scenes in an amusing, funny and informative way. A must see for everyone!


In this episode of the Pigeon: Impossible podcast, Lucas Martell gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the lighting design of his upcoming short, as well as a brief tutorial on how multiple lighting passes were used to build the visual look of the film.





3DK.org will post all the Youtube links to his podcasts as soon there is something new available.


For more information on the film be sure to visit the Pigeon: Impossible Blog.


And do not forget to visit the Official Website



Previous Podcasts:


Episode #1: The one rule that can't be broken


Episode #2: Behind the Scenes




Special thanks to Lucas Martell!

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