17. September 2020 Johannes Wolters

Täglich einen Kurzen: „L’Artista“ von Can Erduman

https://canerduman.de/lartista

The short is a Loveletter to the global modern art community.
Yes, I mean you! You have struggled with your art? Compared yourself to others that are better? Bought alot of tutorials that never came out the way they supposed to be? Well this story is for you, because suffering is a part of the job. And some happy accidents may level you up.
Hope you enjoy the short. Don’t take yourself too serious and enjoy the ride of mastering your art or whatever you do. Everyone sucked at some point.

L’Artista from Can Erduman on Vimeo.

Year: 2020
Product: Shortfilm
Client: Maxon

Credits:
Can Erduman Direction, Character Creation, Animation
Alex Bootz: Character Animation, Editing, Cinematography
Sebastiao Lopes: Character Animation, Special FX
Andi Wenzel: Lighting, Shading, Compositing
Bernd Kopf: SFX / Music
Bastian J. Schiffer: Title Design / Typography

The short film was created to test the new animation features or cinema r23. The characters were rigged with the new toon rig by Sebastian Pfeifer and facerig by Bret Bays

The Making of L’Artista (an interview with Paul Babb)

Can is a freelance character generalist specialized in stylized characters. He lives in Germany and operates worldwide.

Bringing characters to life and telling interesting stories is his great passion and motivation. Besides directing, his technical experience spans from sculpting, shading and rigging characters all over to the animation part.

With over a decade of freelancing experience, his clients vary from small local studios to big international companies. He has supervised character animation for products like Lego, Nike, Payback and Caprisun. He taught animation and Cinema 4D at the U.A.S. Mainz, Germany. You can find him frequently talking at international conferences like Playgrounds, FMX or IBC.

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