Animation student Oscar Malet’s 3rd year animation film made in 2 months at MOPA (formerly Supinfocom Arles). malet.oscar(at)gmail.com
Wow! What a great little film. It has ambience, mood, some really nice slapstick and a pleasing character design. And I can NOT get over the rendering of that Bug! AmaZing to see the quality that the animation schools are turning out these days.
A thief goes into a garage to steal a car, but things don’t turn out as expected… Made with 3dsmax/VRay/Zbrush/Marvelous/Substance Painter/After Effects/Premiere Pro/Audition
What is your name and your current occupation?
My name is Ben Althoff and I am the CEO, Founder of Polycount Studios, LLC.
What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
I would have to say one of my crazier jobs when I was younger was delivering “post therapy knee machines”. I lived in San Deigo at the time and I was about 24 years old. I would drive within a hundred miles of SD delivering these things and I would meet the craziest people. Did I mention I also had to set these people up in this machine? I remember meeting a guy who actually worked in the factory that made “Real Dolls”!! if you don’t know just type it in your internet browser and you will get it, lol. Maybe don’t do it at work! Anyway, he was telling me about some of the orders and how the “Bones” are made…what a character.
What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
The project I’m most proud of is my Expose 7 publications. I wanted for so long to be in this book and finally after learning 3ds max for about 2 years I jumped in head first with a couple images and sure enough, they both got in.
How did you become interested in animation?
I think I really started wanting to get into animation and 3D Vis when I was Continue…