The Development Process Behind Love, Death+Robots: Jibaro

Director Alberto Mielgo shared an in-depth breakdown of the 3D workflow behind Jibaro.

If you are interested in Netflix's Love, Death+Robots series and want to learn more about it, here's a cool video breakdown that you should definitely check out. In this breakdown, Director Alberto Mielgo gave an in-depth look at the 3D workflows behind the short episode Jibaro, featured in Love, Death + Robots Vol. 3. The director talked about setting up animations for the episode, explained how the knight and the siren were modeled, textured, and rigged, told about his sources of inspiration for the environment, and more. You can check out the full breakdown attached above or by visiting Netflix's YouTube channel.

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  • Anonymous user

    Awesome. I was shocked to learn the episode was entirely animated but wasn't surprised at all to find out they'd based the movements on actual, human dancers - the siren's dance and snake-like gesticulations were so incredibly sharp and clean, I'd never seen anything so precisely done like that in an animation ever before. This was, in all likelihood, my favorite episode of S03 and that's a really tough call to make cuz The Swarm was 100% exactly the kinda thing I'd normally go for (and honestly, ALL of S03 was fantastic...so glad they went back to the same kind of aesthetic, directorial styles, horror, adult content, and stories from S01 that made the show the sleeper hit that it is!)

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