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To create a spaceship flying through outer space, the effects wizards of yesteryear used simple techniques of keeping the model spaceship still, and having the camera move in towards the objects. This would give the illusion that the ship was moving.
Watch as I try these techniques with the spaceships I have in my collection!!!
Directed by Ryan Staake
The Making Of: vimeo.com/88498930
Director of Photography: TS Pfeffer
Production Companies: Pier Pictures & Riff Raff
Producers: Robert McHugh & TS Pfeffer
UK Producer: Sarah-Jane Boardman
Director’s Rep: Joceline Gabriel
Commissioner: John Moule
Associate Producer: Shane Latham
Pilot: Shane Latham
Aerial Technician: David Ham
Camera Rig: 360 Heros
Macro Footage: Andrew Ruse
Post Production: Pomp&Clout
VFX: Ryan Staake & Aaron Vinton
Color Grade: Mikey Rossiter at The Mill
Color Producer: Heath Raymond
Shot in California.
Hello, My name is Junior Jesman.
I am an animator based in the UK and I would like to share this little short film my friends and I created as a tribute to our favourite video-game (street fighter) and TV show (Breaking Bad). I hope you like it!
Concept and Animation
Visual Effects and Post production
Shaders, Lighting & Rendering
Background Modelling and Props
Special Thanks to
Eva Golubeva for the ideas and push
Extended Thanks to
Tomasz Tyrka for the early render tests
Adam Conway render help
And everyone else who helped!
Shout out to the Anim Guild (sleeve!) and the FSG fighter crew
One of my favourite Projects. My parts included the shading/rendering of the last stitching scene and all of the dog-shot: modeling, texturing, rig, animation and compositing. All bones had to be very detailed since the client wanted to use it on giant billboards… pheww…
3D Artists: Markus Lauterbach, Tim Borgmann, Markus Geerts, Nick Smalley, Tim Bolland, Dan Hope, Chris Wood
Director: Rüdiger Kaltenhauser
Production Company: Glassworks Amsterdam
Flame artists: Kyle Obley, Lise Prudh’omme
Flame Assist: Bob Roijen
Grading: Scott Harris
Executive Producer: Jane Bakx
Client: G-Star RAW
Concept: G-Star RAW creative team
A short tilt-shift film showing the city of Sydney.
Tilt-shift effect applied in post-production.
Shot from Bondi Beach, Sydney Tower Eye, Pylon Lookout, Dudley Page Reserve.
Thanks to the Four Seasons Hotel for allowing me to film from the roof terrace and from a beautiful suite with views on the Harbor (fourseasons.com/sydney).
From sequences commissioned by Expedia.
Edited with LRTimelapse, After Effect.
Music: Olive Musique - Only Human
Cameras: Canon 5DIII and 7D
Lenses: Canon 16-35mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8, 24mm f/1.4, Zeiss 50mm 1.4
Visit my website at: filipporivetti.com