Chalkdust’s full-fledged animated flick ‘Invasion’
Chalkdust Studio, probably the first organised firm for animations and VFX has taken up initiatives to launch the first high-quality sci-fi film in the country dubbed Invasion. In the first trailer of Invasion, CGI for aliens and destructions, Maya for 3D modeling, Houdini for FX and NUKE for compositing have been used. Probashinee last year though tried to make impact in the VFX culture in the country failed by certain degrees to live up to the expectations, not having incorporated all the elements essential for a Hollywood-like impact. Hopefully Invasion can fill the gaps, as it will be made by the only fully-operational VFX team in the country Chalkdust Studio.
Therefore, Chalkdust studio is exploring opportunities to collaborate with local or international studios or firms to accomplish this jaw dropping CGI Film.
In "Invasion," strange phenomena hover over the skies throughout the world. The skies ignite. Terror races through the world's major cities. As these extraordinary events unfold, it becomes increasingly clear that a force of incredible magnitude has arrived; its mission: total annihilation of our planet earth. The last hope to stop the destruction is an unlikely group of people united by fate and unimaginable circumstances.
Chalkdust Studio is a dynamic animation studio where we take care of Visual Effects, 3D Animation and all other Computer Graphics (CG) works Along with Sound FX and Background Scores.
The studio's earlier production, Onishtho is a 10-minute long Bangla short film based on Karma. It introduced photo realistic visual effects and Hollywood quality CG works in live action platesin Bangladesh. Cinematic Live action shots and CG are integrated together to create beautiful shots. Onishtho was launched on online platforms like YouTube and Facebook. The makers claim to have got good and positive response.
After Onishtho the Chalkdust team decided to face more challenges and thus decided to create a sci-fi based experimental trailer for the first time in Bangladesh.