Soon I will complete the short story entitled The Life and Art of Alessandro Gray by adding the final three installments. This is Part 4 of 5.
As I said from the start of this series, my plan was to animate a short story (mostly in narrative form) as a way to learn 3D animation and Muvizu in particular. And now, after one of two more uploads, the work is complete.
I’ve been using this short story to learn some of the basics of 3D Animation for storytelling. I’ve also been learning to use Muvizu animation software with help from Corel Video Studio X9, Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate and some other apps to complete the videos.
I hope to include more dramatization and less narrative storytelling for future videos.
As I’ve said in previois videos, my goal is to use 3D Animation to make a novel into a video. I’m now more aware of how much effort would be required to animate a full novel. The three final videos in this series rely greatly upon the sets made by others which greatly shortened the time-to-completion. As a word of thanks I mention that sets presented here include Military Compound by Rebel, Drive In Movie by Teesa, New York Apartment by Wdeprospo, church Inside by Wdeprospo, Fender Telecaster! By PatMarrNC, The Alley Street by DMckinney and elements from so many others that I now forget where I found them originally.