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Opening Sequence of The Adventure of Wanara

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Made for 80% in Blender, rendered in Freestyle!

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Johan Tri Handoyo writes:

I'm writing this on behalf of Adhicipta Wirawan. He is the creator and IP holder of The Adventure of Wanara. We are working on a multiproduct projects that involved multitalented artists across the nation to produce; trilogy novels, interactive comics and game for iOS and Android and also animation series.

I (Johan) myself is responsible for animated series production. We use 80% of Blender pipeline, and because of the concepts, we also very depending on Freestyle renderer to achieve the anime-ish result. Although there are still many glitches here and there but we manage to working on real production. I hope the freestyle renderer will be in more stable state soon.

You can also download the free interactive comic here :

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18 Comments

  1. Chrome Monkey on

    Do "Oshikuru Demon Samurai" next! (If you can get the rights from Chuck Lorre to use the fictitious title)

  2. In that last picture below, is that some kind of a new timeline with keyframes ( in the center below )? Where can I find it?

  3. Brian Lockett on

    Very nice! Good to see Freestyle finding its way more into professional production pipelines.

  4. Very nice. Love the cinematografy, or what ever you'd call it. Great composition and really feels lika a manga.

    However, I felt that the colors where very desaturated. They could be much stronger, especially the skin color, It's very gray.

  5. very nice technically..
    but i've seen this sort of stuff so many times.. and still don't like it...
    or maybe i just don't understand it..

    .b

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