Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Black Death

With all of the remakes, reboots and absurd game & comic adaptions spewing forth from Hollywood lately, Black Death shows a story with some original thought to it. Set in the plague year of 1348, the film is a tale of fundamentalist Christianity, fearful superstition and atavistic paganism.

Ulric (Sean Bean) heads up a group of knights and journeys into the marshes lead by a young monk - Osmund - to discover why one village doesn’t seem to be affected by the wretched disease. What they find is a necromancer called Langvia; but when she reveals her true nature and offers Osmund his heart’s desire, he must choose between the love of his God and the woman he loves. Watch the trailer at Revolver Entertainment

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

making-of Prince of Persia

I just wanted to mention that my friends at cgheute have posted an article about Prince of Persia. The interview will provide more detail about the making of the film and the images I had done for it.

"…I spent about three weeks painting thousands of houses and hundreds of minarets for The City of Alamut. The size of the painting was about one meter high and 2 meters wide, and provided detail for several shots all in one image. We just wanted to make sure to give all the information to postproduction for the final 3D model…" read more