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Funny CG Short: Fruitless Efforts

Presented in 22 Film Festivals
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Fruit of the Womb is a short animated film produced by Minneapolis-based studio Make, LLC. Written and directed by Aaron Quist and Andrew Chesworth, the short is currently being distributed to film festivals all around the globe. A combination of 3D and 2D hand-painted techniques were utilized to generate the imagery, among other things. Fruitless Efforts is merely a modest window into humanity's evolving understanding of the meaning of life.


More Information at www.fruitlessefforts.com. Image and Video Courtesy of Make LLC.

 
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