If you are a 3D modeler or animator the work of the talented Victor Hugo may be no stranger to you. He is the author of many awesome arts such as: baby Magneto “discovering” his powers, Tony Stark assembling one of his armor and many others well-known 3D arts on the internet.
Another side of his very cool personality is that he’s a pretty big fan of Street Fighter, as you can see on his portfolio on his website.
And at Campus Party this year (event that took place in São Paulo – Brazil), Victor revealed the results of his latest work, alongside a friend: a trailer for a short film based on a famous battle of Street Fighter III: Ryu Vs Hugo.
Hugo is a character whom appeared in Street Fighter III but its true origin lays within Final Fight, where he was called Andore (Japanese for Andrew) and one of its most striking features is that he was the only one to take the famous Ryu’s special move: Shin Shoryuken and did not knocked out.
The name of the animation: Fuurinkazan is the combination of three Japanese words: Wind, Forest,Fire and Mountain and is quoted in the book Sun Tzu’s Art of War by: “Move as swift as a wind, stay as silent as forest, attack as fierce as fire, undefeatable defense like a mountain.”
Check out the trailer below and let this animation in the comments what you think. For more information, visit the Facebook of Victor Hugo: http://www.facebook.com/vitorugoo