The Blender Project has unveiled a new animated short, ” Sprite Fright “, a Halloween-themed 80s horror comedy movie. The project was led by Matthew Luhn , known for his work at Pixar Studios.
The film was created using only open working tools for modeling, animation, rendering, compositing, motion tracking and video editing. The project acted as a test base for honing new capabilities and technologies for creating modern visual effects developed in the new Blеnder branches. This is the thirteenth animation project of the Blender community.
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