In The Tall Grass

 

 

In The Tall Grass is a 3D short animation film, that we created as a graduation project at Bezalel Academy in 2014.

 

The main goal in art for this film was to create an atmosphere of a mentally distored person and even more distorted environment. This reflected not only in character and environment design, but also in modelling and texturing  techniques. 

 

"Joseph is mentally deviated. He is a prisoner of his own flat and always in permanent war with his own mind.

In reality, where desires, memories and nightmares is mixed together, there's no escape for the tortured soul.

He either win this battle or will be condemned forever."

 

In The Tall Grass was screened in film and animation festivals all around the  world.

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The Raven

 

The Raven is a short animation film, based on the poem with the same name written by Edgar Allan Poe.

 

This concept art was created as a third year project at Bezalel Academy.

 

The main goal was to create an atmosphere that would represent the dramatic mood of the poem and the dark aspects of the main character personality.

Concept art by Nadia Dubijansky

Art directing and Texturing by Nadia Dubijansky

Directing by Alexii Muftoll

Sound design by Arjen Schut 
Modeling by Federico Lusthaus
Animation by Isca Mayo

Compositing by Nadia Dubijansky, Alexii Muftoll 
Music:
"Vcera Nedele Byla"

Performed by Pawlina Filipowska
Orchestr Divadla Semafor
Supraphon A.S.

 
 

Beit Hadasa Museum - Exhibition Screening

 

This project is currently in a development process.

This is a short animation created as part of the Beit Hadasa Museum exhibition (Hebron). The short is telling a story of The Hebron Massacre that took place in 1929.

The main goal was to visually represent fear and violence of the events in Hebron, August 1929.

Concept art, storyboard by Nadia Dubijansky

Directing, animating by

Nadia Dubijansky and Naama Zarfaty

Client - Beit Hadasa Museum

Technique:

2D animation, traditional art materials, digital editing

 

Single storyboard sequence, proof of concept:

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