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Salesman Pete Trailer

Posted on June 2, 2010  3 Comments
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don’t you like it when 3d doesn’t look like 3d? The short film I featured some time ago is shaping up nicely! I have no clue what the story is about but the visuals are stunning! Much more interesting than a lot of things I have seen lately.

http://salesman-pete.blogspot.com/

And as a reminder of the awesome visual style of Supinfocom shortfilms, here is 2006 Zoudov

and my friend Gu’s shortfilm, Scotch. Who cares about Story when you have great visuals!

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3 Responses to “Salesman Pete Trailer”

  1. Olivier Ladeuix on June 4th, 2010 11:14

    well, well, well…. it looks like I am not the only one excited about that short

    http://www.cartoonbrew.com/cgi/salesman-pete-trailer.html

    Mark Mayerson has a point though, two actually but does it mean he prefers the work coming from Animation Mentor where the focus is only on acting and animation?

  2. Marc BOUYER on June 21st, 2010 12:24

    I think he’s totally wrong…So wrong.

    Our short focus on a chase, but also on the acting, in fact we have 52 minutes of pure acting.

    We do have 150 3d characters as well and a two hours long romantic comedy made only with bananas and stop-motion.

    (To be honest yes it’s a chase, but we tried to have some funny situations, a few breaks to let the audience breath, and they’re not always running, sometime they’re sliding on a bathtub)

    Thanks for your support, great blog !

  3. Olivier Ladeuix on June 22nd, 2010 12:29

    Marc! I am soo looking forward to the 52 minutes of acting ;-)
    Don’t worry about it, we can’t please everyone and your trailer has already attracted a lot of attention!

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