Grave of The Fireflies Fan-Made Trailer

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The fan-made trailer was created for a university project. For this project, we had to take a film from the 1980’s. As a group, we chose a Studio Ghibli film, Grave Of The Fireflies. We changed the style to suit western audiences and created this trailer. I was responsible for creating Environment Assets such as a B-29 Superfortress Bomber, houses, and a shelter. These assets were modelled in Autodesk Maya then textured using a combination of Photoshop & Substance Painter. Z-Brush was used for the creation of organic assets such as the hill for the shelter.

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Grave of The Fireflies Fan-Made Trailer – Responsible for modelling & texturing the houses, fencing and the flag within this scene. film-roundup-porco-jumbo

Grave of The Fireflies Fan-Made Trailer – Japanese House Render howl's-moving-castle-turnip-finished

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Grave of The Fireflies Fan-Made Trailer – Wire-frame of the model. The total tri-count of this model is 63,014 the reason behind the high poly count is due to the tiles.

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Grave of The Fireflies Fan-Made Trailer –
Responsible for modelling & texturing the houses within this scene

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