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A new, big budget Albert Hughes movie for Columbia, “Alpha”, needed some flying owl animation for a moonlight sequence. (Loved his work on “The Book of Eli”…!) Just a couple of shots, but fun to do some flight animation!
VFX for a couple of tricky shots on a local indie called “Iron” were done in record time. And delivered on time! A sudden last minute call got us changing logos and signage on the side of a moving train, … Continue reading
Just delivered a documentary-style promo for The O Space for Arts & Community, which is a warehouse sized performance venue on Vashon. It pretty much reads as a documentary, but there’s a lot of work to make it extra beautiful … Continue reading
Yes, we recently finished the creature animation on “Replicate.” Here’s what the nasty thing looked like in early development:
Just for fun, a nice shot of the Cranium Intel chrome spaceship streaking past.
A chrome-plated space ship emerges from the ocean, thanks to RealFlow, Maya and Houdini. Cranium Intel will be at the AFM this year, featuring several CG shots from us.
It’s the Innovation Center, Nepal. Here’s how power and internet get to the Microsoft labs. We were filming for the Innovation Cup.
Filming with Matt Pew at the Monkey Temple in Katmandu for Microsoft. City of 11M temples, they say, and now I don’t doubt it.
Thirteen spots for Microsoft computers… 110 SFX shots done in record time. I don’t think they know what a miracle it all was. Screen replacements, animation, artsy backgrounds… now I want a new laptop!