Barry Purves: Tchaikovsky and Plume
- Thursday, 24 November 2011 02:47
- Last Updated on Thursday, 24 November 2011 03:13
- Written by Marc Spess
Barry Purves was an integral part in the new film Tchaikovsky. How did he do it? Let's find out!
Author and animator Barry Purves helped to complete this new film called Tchaikovsky. The project was a collaboration between himself and a very small crew of people under the production of Loose Moose. Now the news is not exactly new, but the great news is there are a couple of videos interviewing Barry about his two recent projects. He gives some great insight into the process for Tchaikovsky and is very interesting to listen to.
To see a gallery of still shots from Tchaikovsky and time lapse video of Barry animating go here to Joe Clarkes web page.
The second video I want to share is on a French web page where Barry reveals how the film Plume was made. Plume is similar in style, but much more scary. Since Barry speaks in English at least most of my visitors here can understand. The puppets look amazing and if you like the Tchaikovsky interview this one is even more exciting as Barry shows you and animates the puppets. Watch the making of Plume here. How awesome are those puppets?
If you want to become Barrys friend on Facebook or ask him questions about his projects, you can find him over here.