An animator presents his short film, inspired by Dante’s Inferno

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    The Funko Pop will be the movie of the hand of Warner Animation

    It is inspired by the game of Visceral Games.

    Tal Peleg, current animator in Anthem of BioWare, has introduced its short film inspired by Dante’s Inferno, the action game of 2010 developed by the closed Visceral Games.

    Obviously the game is based slightly in the Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri, but it presented a knight templar that ran through the circles of Hell to rescue his beloved Beatrice from Lucifer. Ps stands out the gameplay, animations, combat, soundtrack and audio, as well as the protagonist.

    Given that this is a draft fan on a small scale, Peleg has addressed almost all the aspects of the video in their free time and with your budget, asking for help from friends. “It is virtually impossible to find an artist pointer that will work on an unknown project and parallel without financial reward, much less form a complete team of artists.”

    Visceral Games was also the developer of Dead Space, Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, Battlefield Hardline and an aborted project of Star Wars until EA closed the studio last year.

    An animator presents his short film, inspired by Dante's

    An animator presents his short film, inspired by Dante’s Inferno
    November 20, 2018

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