Campaign branding. This piece was a composite of stop-motion photography and 3D rendered elements. The plate photography of the clay table was tracked and solved using Maya. The chairs were instanced and animated with MEL.
This is one episode of a 7-part short series, called “Game Changers”. The actor was shot against a greenscreen with tracking markers. The footage was stabilized and composited into a virtual museum set.
Modelled and rigged this sheep in Maya.
Pyramidz will assist artists via an all-in-one procedural framework. Artists will be able to spend more time correcting troubled frames, and less time isolating the target site(s).
Simple animated short. This was a basic experiment with a customized animation biped rig and faux subsurface shader.
The original tracked plate was combined with a CG toybox. The model was lit largely based on HDR probe images. Special attention was made to occlude the light from the window.
This virtual flyby was created using a multi-pass/composite workflow, and was featured in the promotional video, titled “Heroes Do Exist”.
This animated short film features a rebellious, young marble. He will soon find out that self-indulgence can come at a “steep” price.
Good Dan, Bad Dan
The two greenscreen plates were 2D tracked to the background and composited in Shake with color-difference mattes. The shadows were procedurally generated and refined with rotomasks.
This virtual set was matched to DV greensceen footage. The scene was lit with a customized HDR sky probe and Maya lights.