Monthly Archive: December 2011

Dec 29

Animation Spotlight: Nissan GTR Animation by Alien Studio

A breathtaking animation showcasing the Nissan GTR:

Verdict:

Visually stunning, superb animation and excellent composition. I couldn’t let this pass by without sharing it.

Produced by Alien Studio

http://www.alien.sk/

 

 

Dec 26

Matt’s Film Soundtrack of the Week (26th Dec) – The Great Escape/Chicken Run

A double feature this week, although I’m keeping it short because it’s Christmas and I’ve got better things to do. The Great Escape is, of course, a classic war film with an even more classic score, while Nick Park’s loose pastiche Chicken Run, contains all of the same elements; escapism, Britishness, humour, cliché military music, …

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Dec 25

Merry Christmas!

We hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

Mark and Matt

The Fresh Film Blog & Lightmaster Studios

 

 

Dec 21

Animation Spotlight: French Blender Happy Christmas!

A wonderful French Christmas animation, 100% Blender.

Mickaël Guédon writes:

On french TV, every end of the year, some special christmas ad jingles are broadcasted. This year, I’ve been involved in the team that made those through the 17mars studio. Every single bit of 3D has been done with Blender, from modelling to rendering.

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Dec 19

Matt’s Film Soundtrack of the Week (19th Dec) – The Muppet Christmas Carol

Kermit and Robin

Jim Henson’s most successful Muppet movie was this festive musical adaptation of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, which starred Michael Caine alongside the Muppet characters as the formidable Ebenezer Scrooge. Miles Goodman, responsible for the Footloose theme song, composed the incidental music in the film, while songwriter and Oscar winning composer Paul Williams handled …

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Dec 03

December is here!

We love Christmas here at Lightmaster Studios, and we’ll certainly be looking at some great festive movies over the coming month. So, we thought it would be nice if you guys told us what some of your favourite Christmas films were by tweeting us, writing on our wall, or leaving a comment on this post.

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