- Sunday, 24 October 2010 15:45
- Last Updated on Monday, 29 November 1999 18:00
- Written by PeoiaRick
Sorry for the delay…got busy and even missed the opportunity to submit an entry for the Halloween sculpting contest. I am staring at the head of my Frankenstein monster as I type this. I hope that there were plenty of entries and that Marc will have many more contests here.
I got one of my usual email from Animation Magazine this week and there was an article about two studios, 2D3D and Wizzfilms, working on a stop-motion production called “The Rise of Zelphire” using what the author of the article, Thomas J. McLean, calls it—“innovative stop-motion technique” and I began to wonder if will be a technique similar to the style that Lumenas Animation Studios used in some of their films.
Lumenas Studios did films such as Davie and Golymr and Jonah: A Great Fish Story, using both stop-motion and computer animation
I had been contacted by Lumenas a couple of years ago with the hopes of landing a job for their feature film “The Legend of Santa Claus”, but unfortunately, right at the time when they were to start pre-production, the bottom fell out of the economy and since then they’ve been very quiet.
So, my question is—can anyone tell us whatever happened to Lumenas Studios?
written by richard Robinson, January 20, 2011