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Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.
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Open animation film projects. State of the art, problems and perspectives.

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Presentation delivered by Julia Velkova and Konstantin Dmitriev at FSCONS 2012.

Presentation delivered by Julia Velkova and Konstantin Dmitriev at FSCONS 2012.

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  • Image copyright: Creative Commons Attribution , Blender Foundation, www.blender.org
  • Image copyright: Collect project team
  • Image copyright: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 , Copyright Blender Foundation, blender.org
  • Image copyright: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License; copyright: Nina Paley
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  • Image copyright: copyright Tinab Pixel.
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    • 1. OPEN ANIMATION PROJECTS State of the art. Problems. Perspectives State of the art. Problems. Perspectives State of the art. Problems. Perspectives State of the art. Problems. Perspectives Julia Velkova & Konstantin Dmitriev
    • 2. 2006 release of ELEPHANT’S DREAM (Blender Foundation)“World’s first open movie” (orange.blender.org)
    • 3. 2007 start of COLLECT PROJECT (?) “a collective world wide "open source" animation project” Status: suspended shortly after launchURL: http://collectproject.blogspot.se/
    • 4. 2008 release of BIG BUCK BUNNY (Blender Foundation) “a comedy about a fat rabbit taking revenge on three irritating rodents.”URL: http://www.bigbuckbunny.org
    • 5. 2008 release of SITA SINGS THE BLUES (US) “a musical, animated personal interpretation of the Indian epic the Ramayan”URL: http://www.sitasingstheblues.com/
    • 6. 2008 start of MOREVNA PROJECT (RUSSIA)“an effort to create full-feature anime movie using Open Source software only” URL: morevnaproject.org
    • 7. 2009 start of ARSHIA PROJECT (Tinab pixel studio, IRAN) “the first Persian anime”Suspended in 2010 due to “lack of technical knowledge and resources” URL: http://www.tinabpixel.com
    • 8. 2010 release of PLUMIFEROS (Argentina)“first feature length 3D animation made using Blender”URL: Plumiferos.com
    • 9. 2010 release of LA CHUTE D’UNE PLUME (pèse plus que ta pudeur) - France “a short French speaking movie made in stop motion”URL: http://lachuteduneplume.free.fr/
    • 10. 2010 start of CHAMBA SWATHANTHRA (Kerala, India)“an ambitious effort to create a Swathanthra (Free/Libre/Open/Mukt) Animation Movie by pooling in contributions from people around the world and funding artists directly” URL: http://www.chambaproject.in
    • 11. 2010 start of LAMPIBATA (RUSSIA) “Create a great and good looking animation short, licensed freely as open content.” demo released in 2012URL: http://lampibata.org/?lang=en
    • 12. 2010 start of PROJECT 2011 (Lithuania) “SciFi type animation short made completely with open source tools” demo released in 2011URL: http://www.cgex.net/tag/project-2011/
    • 13. 2011 start of OLIVE PROJECT (Tixab Pixel, Iran)“to prepare a place for young animators and artists who mostly do not belong to any professional studios or like to start their professional life somewhere, with other experienced people” URL: http://www.tinabpixel.com
    • 14. 2011 release of SINTEL (Blender Foundation)“to prepare a place for young animators and artists who mostly do not belong to any professional studios or like to start their professional life somewhere, with other experienced people” URL: http://www.sintel.org
    • 15. 2011 release of VIAJE A LA TIERRA DEL QUEBRACHO (Argentina)“a fantasy fairy tale that could be a starting point to discover the real story of the villages of the North” URL: http://animacionquebracho.org.ar/
    • 16. 2011 start of TUBE (Urchn studio)“a new experiment in distributed collaboration. It plays on the ancient Gilgamesh poem, in a variant of the heros progress that becomes the animations own frames” URL: http://urchn.org/
    • 17. 2012 release of TEARS OF STEEL (Blender Foundation)“about a group of warriors and scientists, who gathered at the “Oude Kerk” in Amsterdam to stage a crucial event from the past, in a desperate attempt to rescue the world from destructive robots.” URL: http://mango.blender.org
    • 18. So....- Making open animation films seems to be a challenging task- Lots of enthusiasts to do it, but also lots of failed projects - Most projects - 3D So, wouldn’t it be interesting to hear about 2D films?
    • 19. Thanks.Images & licensing info see notes section of slides.This presentation is licensed under Creative Commons - BY-NCDownload presentation at http://www.slideshare.net/JuliaVelkova

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