This was the 1st episode of a web series called Carne p'ra Canhão. It was an academic project of 7 webisodes, my role was Director/Art Director and virtual scenography.
My master thesis was about virtual scenography, so i used that page as a query that is under that lines.
1: Do you work in Video/Film/Animation/Photography/Design/Scenography?
In which role?
2: Have you ever worked with a project that involved Virtual Scenography?
3: How do you classify the Virtual Scenography of this episode?
a: Very Good |b: Good | c: Regular | d: Bad | e: Very Bad
4: Please comment freely about what you like and don't like in the Virtual Scenography of this episode of Carne p'ra Canhão. (please comment only about the scenography)
About the project
Carne p'ra Canhão (in English is something like Meat for the Cannon, or more used Cannon Fodder) is a series of 7 episodes, created by 4 students of the Master in Multimedia Communication - Audiovisuals, in University of Aveiro in Portugal:
Alexandre Antunes, Jorge Gonçalves, Nuno Barbosa (myself) and Victor Lemos.
It was a very low budget academic project, a 4 student production, so we had to accumulate more than one role¦ We had the help of some friends for some of the acting roles:
André Ferreira (the bad guy), Lina Letra (the femme fatale), Jorge Braz (the news guy), and some other friends for figurants.
My role in the series, besides co-direction, was the creation of the virtual scenography, that I am now writing a thesis about.
The professors responsible for the coordination of the project were Jorge Ferraz de Abreu and Pedro Almeida.
About the techniques used in the creation of the virtual scenography:
All the scenography was created only with photos placed in 3d space. Objects, walls, cars, buildings, all of them where photographed and then composed with the actors footage in after effects.
That's it. I hope you can help me with your opinions, I will be very grateful.
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