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“Blik”, a short film by students at the Utrecht School for the Arts

Filed under Computer Graphics, Found on the Web

Made as the filmmakers’ final project at the Utrecht School of the Arts, Blik is a story told entirely without dialogue and – because the characters’ faces lack any features – without the use of any expressions at all. The whole thing is done with an exacting use of body language and as challenging a prospect as that is, these folks (now at Polder Animation) pull it off brilliantly.

There’s something very pleasant about their combination of watercolor-like rendering and their use of light, shadow, and – at one point – rain. Very nice work!

[tags]computer animation, short film, polder animation, utrecht school of the arts, rendering[/tags]


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