Published on Mar 5, 2013 by ROLLIN' WILD
ROLLIN` SAFARI - what if animals were round?
Production Focus: Rollin' Safari by Paul Hellard
Visuals of an African chase in the wild conjures up the depiction of sublime native animals in mortal combat. A spectacle some cannot watch for long, but others can’t peel their eyes from it. These scenes are somehow different.
“Our initial idea was to tell a high-speed chase, but just a little different to known scenarios. Imagine the story of a hunter pursuing a fat, rolling deer in the forest. We thought that would be hilarious,” Producer Philipp Wolf says. “We loved the idea of rollin' animals so much, we decided the hunter should be an animal as well! That's even more hilarious! It would also take place in the Savannah because it gives a bigger choice of typical wildlife hunting scenes.”
Rollin’ Safari was a student project, produced as part of the Subject Area Animation at the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction. ... [They founded] a company called ‘Flying Stone GbR’ with the goal of developing Rollin’ Safari into a trans medial experience called Rollin’ Wild (www.Rollin-Wild.com).
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Published on Nov 3, 2013 by ROLLIN' WILD
ROLLIN' SAFARI - 'Vulture' - what if animals were round?
Published on Dec 17, 2013 by ROLLIN' WILD
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