1- How did you join the team of DR?
It all started in the "late" 2006, when a brave budding filmmaker, whose name was Angelo Licata, sent me an e-mail asking for the creation of an organic creature for Dark Resurrection Vol 1. At that time, I had just started getting into the magical 3D world and Angelo was very impressed by my first animation of a Digital Troll walking down a street. From that moment on, it started a brand- new cooperation between us. Unfortunately for a few years it stopped. However, I definitely managed to make up for it when in September 2010 I asked Angelo to help him for Vol. 0.
2- Can you tell us your role within the production?
A lot. I think my experience in this field, both under a human and a professional point of view, has helped me a lot. As far as the first one is concerned, thanks to this experience I had the opportunity to meet great people, with whom now there is a beutiful friendship. In particular, those people are: Angelo Licata, Roberto Pretti and Andrea Languasco. As far as the second one is concerned, working with a huge amount of 3D effects to be created in a very short time, has a been a big challenge with myself, which sometimes strained my nerves and my scheduling skills to the limit. Working in a production of this kind is very different from creating a single photorealistic image.
4-Tell us a personal, funny and meaningful story in short, a special moment at your choice while you were working on DR.
Here is the question on which you could even write a book! The are too many short stories which have taken place on the set of Dark Resurrection Vol.0, to be told! Let's just say that it has been a time full of misunderstandings. Obviously it's funny to hear them told face-to-face.