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    fin d ete - short CG film

    I know that Conceptart.org is usually not the place to post animation short films, but I really admire the works and the people in this forum and would be delighted to hear your opinions. "fin d'ete" (end of summer) is a CG short film by Patrick Harboun, Ronan Le Fur and Joaquim Montserrat.
    The story: In an abandoned city before a tropical storm, a woman decides to stay…
    Through this film, our ambition was to portray a particular ambience and feeling more than a heavy storyline. We worked on it for 6 months within our studies at Supinfocom, a French CG animation school.
    You can view "fin d'ete" at www.findete.com (you'll need the latest Flash player installed).
    The film is best viewed in full screen with headphones, after having downloaded the Quicktime version by clicking on the small white icon ;-)
    I hope you’ll enjoy it.

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    Thank you for giving me something so amazing to watch. That honestly has to be one of the finest CG animations I have ever seen. That was a truly amazing short, and I think you did a fantastic job of it. Kudos to you for helping to create something like this, and doing a pro job on it.

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    well I spent a good 10 minutes trying to navigate your site with no luck of finding your short. but I did get a look at some of the highres images your presenting and they do have alot of atmosphere, gerat job!

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    Great job, thank you for that.

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    Thank you very much for your comments.
    noshadowmaster, you need to have the latest flashplayer (flashplayer 8 ) installed to view the website. The film can actually be viewed in the film section.

    Last edited by TWILITE; February 14th, 2006 at 04:30 PM.
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