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3D Animated A Fox Tale Short Film, Directed by Thomas Bozovic, Alexandre Cazals, Julien Legay, Chao Ma. Featured on http://www.cgmeetup.net/

In the heart of ancient China, two brothers are hunting fox, this mad journey will have them face treason, bravery, hatred and love.

A fox tale is a short movie made by 4 students in 2011 at the french school Supinfocom Arles.

Role on the Movie:

Thomas Bozovic: 2d research, wu da modeling , Animation, Matte Painting [email protected] www.kani-art.fr/blog/

Alexandre Cazals: Colorboard/Lightboard, Wu song modeling, Environments Lookdev, Texturing/Shading, Lighting, Rendering , Compositing [email protected] www.mrmcfly.com/index.php?/graduation/intro/

Julien Legay: 2d research, fox modeling, FX, fur, Layout [email protected] www.misterbou.com/

Chao ma: Original Idea, Character Design, Girl Modeling, Animation, Designs , 2d reaserch, Story Board, Layout. [email protected] www.machaobox.blogspot.co.uk/

Music by Guy-Roger Duvert [email protected] myspace.com/guyrogerduvert

Sound Design by Nicolas Titeux [email protected] nicolastiteux.com

Softwares used :3dsmax, Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere Pro

Distribution: premium-films.com
Contact: [email protected]
www.afoxtalemovie.com

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