The Easter Surprise: Mixing 3D Characters and Real Scenery
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The Easter Surprise: Mixing 3D Characters and Real Scenery
18 August, 2017
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Jung von Matt and Mill+ shared behind-the-scenes look at the origins of the Easter bunny in Netto ‘The Easter Surprise’. Directed by Mill+’s Jimmy Kiddell, this commercial video features a series of adorable hyperreal, animated creatures who take viewers on a journey through an enchanting and heart-warming story. You can learn more about the project here

A closer look look shows that the studio mixed 3D art with some real scenery to create something similar to the latest Tim Burton’s cartoons. The short also somehow reminds you of creatures from Fantastic Mr. Fox by Wes Anderson. Here’s the behind-the-scenes video for you to check out:

Did you like this mix of animated 3D characters and some real scenery? Do you have something else to show us? Let us know in the comments below. 

Source: The Mill

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