A new trailer has been released for the The Lord Inquisitor animated fanmovie project currently under construction by Erasmus Brosdau and shows a glimpse of the new armour and the spirit of the main character Torquemada Coteaz.
The Lord Inquisitor, which was originally going to be an 8 minute short, is now going to be a visual tribute running for about 40 minutes to the world of Warhammer 40.000, created by Games Workshop. Watch the latest trailer video after the jump to see it in action, and the original underneath.
Erasmus Brosdau explains a little more about the project:
“Because I’m a 3D artist and love reading Warhammer 40.000 books, I decided to create a short animation about this universe and its characters. Of course, this is totally unofficial and non-commercial; it’s just a project from a fan for fans. However, as most people of the W40k world know, it is not allowed to make movies about Warhammer 40.000
but because this is all completely done in 3D (CGI), it’s an animation and therefore has other legal apsects as declared on the website of Games Workshop: “We would probably not have a problem with anyone creating animations based upon our intellectual property – as long as there is no commercial connection to that creation. Again, please be careful of the language used and the topics discussed.”
This short animation and its progress is totally free for everyone to watch, and I don’t want to earn a single cent for making it. This is just my CGI passion I want to share with all fans who love Warhammer 40.000″
For more information on the new The Lord Inquisitor jump over to the official website for details.
Source: KotakuFiled Under: Gaming News, Geeky Stuff