Guilherme Marcondes

Lucas René

Color Grading
Mikey Rossiter

1st Assistant Camera
Caio Nigro

Cleber Almeida da Silva

Motion Control
Drive Motion Control

Production company
Lobo/Vetor Zero

Full Crew http://lobo.cx/travelers-unfinished-stories-the-tree-house/

LOBO was invited to add a new chapter to this series, titled “The Tree House”. It imagines the unfinished story of Howard Stein, a teacher who was killed by a distracted driver months away from retiring. Howard loved woodworking, and planned on spending a lot of time in his wood shop and being a full-time grandpa to his soon-to-be-born granddaughter Evie. If it hadn’t been for a driver who got distracted by her GPS and drove off the road, Howard would get to build amazing things for Evie in his wood shop, and perhaps pass down his love of woodworking to her.
This spirit of craft and handiwork influenced LOBO’s choices for the animated portion of the film, which aims to “complete” Howard’s unfinished story. Director Guilherme Marcondes wanted it to have a handmade, artisanal feel, resembling a stop-motion film made with wooden puppets. The production team achieved this by creating the settings as scale models in studio, adding to it CG-animated characters rendered with a woodcraft-like finish. The camera moves were performed with a robotic motion control system, which allowed the CG and film footage to be seamlessly integrated.

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