Classic Khmer Tales Converted to Animation at Phnom Penh Start-Up

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Classic Khmer Tales Converted to Animation at Phnom Penh Start-Up

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Phom(sic) Penh’s burgeoning animation start up scene tackles Khmer classics
06 March 2019
Lead motion graphic designer Song Hem Kiry sits composing footage, frame by frame, in his office at burgeoning start-up Rounh Creative Studio.

Supporting him are a team of eight young digital artists, diligently on their laptops using story boards to draw vivid scenes from the Khmer book Kolab Pailin before transforming them into 2D animations.

The romantic novel, written by Nhok Them in 1936, is among the Kingdom’s most famous and is a mainstay in the public school curriculum. It takes place during the French colonial period, and is about an orphan boy named Chao Chet who worked for a rich family at the gem mine in the northern province of Pailin where he falls in love with his boss’ daughter.

The studio – which specialises in motion graphics, graphic design (logos, branding and digital marketing) – recently created a three minute Kolab Pailin 2D animation trailer, proving a hit when it was posted to Facebook.

Rounh Creative studio is located on Phnom Penh’s Street 335 in BKK 1. You can contact them via telephone (017377356).
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/creativit ... r-classics
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Re: Classic Khmer Tales Converted to Animation at Phnom Penh Start-Up

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CEOCambodiaNews wrote: Fri Mar 08, 2019 10:45 am Phom(sic) Penh’s burgeoning animation start up scene tackles Khmer classics
06 March 2019
Lead motion graphic designer Song Hem Kiry sits composing footage, frame by frame, in his office at burgeoning start-up Rounh Creative Studio.

Supporting him are a team of eight young digital artists, diligently on their laptops using story boards to draw vivid scenes from the Khmer book Kolab Pailin before transforming them into 2D animations.

The romantic novel, written by Nhok Them in 1936, is among the Kingdom’s most famous and is a mainstay in the public school curriculum. It takes place during the French colonial period, and is about an orphan boy named Chao Chet who worked for a rich family at the gem mine in the northern province of Pailin where he falls in love with his boss’ daughter.

The studio – which specialises in motion graphics, graphic design (logos, branding and digital marketing) – recently created a three minute Kolab Pailin 2D animation trailer, proving a hit when it was posted to Facebook.

Rounh Creative studio is located on Phnom Penh’s Street 335 in BKK 1. You can contact them via telephone (017377356).
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/creativit ... r-classics

It wont be long before someone banns this digital sport.
Cambodia,,,, Don't fall in love with her.
Like the spoilt child she is, she will not be happy till she destroys herself from within and breaks your heart.
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