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November 29, 2019

Hikikomori.

Hikikomori is a psychological puzzle game in the Japanese context that addresses the behavioral conditions of certain teens who lock themselves up in the room for many years. Twelve artists around the world from different media disciplines are currently working on the project which is currently under progress.

Task

Responsible for delivering 3D animation for an interactive PC game.

  • Role:

    3D Animator

  • Project:

    Academic

PLAYBLAST

Hikikomori Trailer Breakdown

This game involves a lot of hand gestures which can be viewed closely in this maya playblast trailer breakdown video.

In the MA 3D Computer Animation department at LCC UAL I was working on the story and 3D Animation part of the project mainly focusing on keyframe character animations, camera animations, editing, writing and direction.

Status - WIP
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BANNER

University of the Arts London & Lucid Dream.

The team

Pre-production and production team.

Production

— Anto Fredric
Direction & Animation
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— Gokul Krishna
Narration Designer
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— Arun Prabhu NG
Art Director
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— Herman Ho
Game Developer
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— Akshay Jain
Game Programmer
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Pre-Production

— Saravanaa
3D Artist
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— Nathan McLean
Texturing Artist
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— Kalle Jurvanen
Sound Designer
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— Jimmy Zhang
Title Animator
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Development

— George D'Cruz
UI/UX Designer
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— Lakshmanan Palani
Storyboard Artist
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— Kavya Srinivasan
Game Documentation
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BLOG

Hikikomori: Blog

Click here to read the whole production blog.

MUSIC

Vois sur ton chemin

The song used in the trailer is Vois sur ton chemin (in  english "See upon your path") a song from the 2004 film, Les Choristes (The Chorus) composed by Bruno Coulais and directed by french filmmaker Christophe Barratier.

MUSIC

La valse d'amélie

The instrument piece used in the trailer breakdown is the original soundtrack, "La valse d'amelie" composed by Yann Tiersen for the film Amelie directed by french filmmaker, Jean-Pierre Jeunet.