Short film in preparation "Lydia's quest"

I am new to using unreal engine. I am using blender 2.82.


Greetings @musicolart, and thank you for sharing your short film creation, “Lydia’s Quest,” here in the Unreal Engine Forums! I’m excited to see how your short film turns out in its completion; the teasers look great. :grin:

Thank you, Zezkaii for your complimentary comments. I will post another teaser soon. My short film is far from finished, I still have 6 minutes to go before I start finishing and compositing.

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The pleasure is all mine. I can’t wait to see what you have in store for us next. No need to rush the creative process; I’m here for the long ride! :sunglasses: :+1:

I need to know if the animation is good or if I need to make improvements. Thank you for following me :).
animation of the horse and its rider in 60 fps.


The animation looks quite alright to me, very smooth. Also, I’m loving the backing scenery that accompanies this animation; excellent work!

Thank you for your complimentary comment. I still have progress to make in the fluidity of the animation. The short film in preparation below.

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A new picture

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Lydia’s Quest was quite an interesting story! You did an excellent job with all elements of this short film, and I really enjoyed the introduction of Lydia and the possible main enemy “Morlock.” I can’t help to feel that this is just the beginning of her journey. :star_struck:

Will you create further short films of Lydia’s Quest?

Thank you for the compliments. I made other short films and essays, they are on my youtube page.

I put the continuation of the adventures of Lydia. Good day.


Lydia in the forest of Cambrione


I can feel the uneasiness in this scene; it looks wonderful! Keep up the great work. I wonder what perils await Lydia in the “Forest of Cambrione.” :eyes:

Hey there @musicolart,

Really dig the old-school vibe you’ve created here. Can not wait for the end product! :grin:


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The Morloch



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@musicolart, hello again. The screenshot teasers are looking great! I can’t wait to see how they will be used in the film. :slight_smile:

Hello, I stopped for a while, I’m resuming the project now. I hope to post the rest of the video soon.

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I’m a little late, but Happy New Year, @musicolart, and welcome back! I’m glad we will get to see an ending to “Lydia’s Quest.” :partying_face:

The attached screenshot looks interesting; one can only guess what is occurring in this particular scene. Is it an actual enemy or perhaps an internal struggle? :thinking:

I’m looking forward to seeing the final results. :grin: