Making of “On the motorway”
by JUL & MAT
by JUL & MAT
Shameless Self Promotion by Plastic Tolstoy
We made a new video: This time it’s for the OMRON S8VK Power Supply Family.
by Mark Rober
EPIC Matrix effect w/ a ceiling fan & 1 GoPro
A simple trick to get awesome Matrix-like “Bullet Time” footage for waaaaay less money than most people spend on it with huge camera arrays.
A technical breakdown of a 90 seconds long animated 3D comic book sequence we did for “Kick-Ass” . We worked closely together with John Romita Jr. Romita and his team (Tom Palmer and Dean White) created comic book material that was used to execute this 3D animated comic book sequence.
Related clip: fido.se/ourwork.html?id=20407617
VFX Supervisor: Mattias Lindahl
VFX Producer: Claes Dietmann
CG Supervisors: Anders Nyman, Andreas Karlsson
Modelling & Lookdev: Staffan Linder, Timmy Lundin, Peter Aversten, Marcus Forsberg
Compositing: Martin Borell, Daniel Norlund, Pontus Albrecht
See the music video from The Vein ‘Magma’ here: vimeo.com/64542506
D.O.P & Editing: Marc Ambrós (marcambros.com)
Music: Iván Llopis at Banjo Music (banjomusic.es)
final music video: https://vimeo.com/59484822
At the San Francisco International Film Festival
The Making of Predator (1987)
Part I (by filmschoolcomments)
OBLIVION UI GFX Montage
Involved in making this:
Cinema 4D R14
After Effects CS6
Videocopilot’s Element 3D and Optical Flares
Videocopilot’s Action Essentials 2
The Soundtrack is by our own Frederik Eichelbaum and you can now download it on soundcloud
The Evolution of the 3D Industry Panel: Who will survive?
At the live Unfold Event on March 27, 2013, our 3D Industry Panel discussed the current state of the VFX industry and what’s in store for the future.
Shot Designer App for iPad
“Shot Designer makes it ridiculously easy to block complex scenes, complete with Camera Diagram, Animation, Shot List, Storyboards, Director’s Viewfinder, and Sync & Team Sharing via Dropbox. Neither Camera Diagrams, Shot Lists, Storyboards, or Animation by themselves give you a satisfying understanding of camera-blocking — you have to use them together. Shot Designer gives you a superior understanding of your scene, and is the ultimate Director’s creativity tool.”