There’s a very nice little film about the creation of Maîtres du Temps latest watch, the
Chapter 2, at Vimeo.
The style of the film reminds me of
The Mysterious Explorations of Jasper Morello, even down to Peter Speak Marins narration. If you haven’t seen Jasper Morellos Explorations, do it. It’s a fabulous little steampunk short animated in a very peculiar, dark style.
Chapter Two by Maîtres du Temps from Ian Skellern on Vimeo. References
Maitres du Temps Chapter 2 at Vimeo.
The Mysterious Explorations of Jasper Morello at Youtube
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