A full CG tvc for furniture company Möbelix in austria made by animation boutique Mad crew in Stockholm. Also, don’ forget to check their long awaited new homepage out.
MadCrew was given the task to transfer the Möbelix character into 3D. The result was this first commercial. Möbelixman is a superhero that fights the evil high prices.
Möbelix is a furniture store in Austria.
Filed under: 3D, Uncategorized, Mad crew
Animated tvc from Againstallodds, this time directed by Bernie Roux and 3D and post done by Mad crew in Stockholm for turkish arilines.
To reflect the promise of Turkish Airlines which we describe with our motto “Globally Yours”, we created a civilization living on our red sphere and tried to tell a brief story about how hard and in harmony they work to please all of our travellers worldwide. Created by McCann Erickson İstanbul and produced by Passion Pictures, here’s our latest TV commercial “The Visitor”
Filed under: 3D, CG, Commercial, AAO, Mad crew
New reel with the latest animations from the Milford team.
Filed under: 3D, Reel, Milford
Yet another beautifully performed tvc from Againstallodds, directed by Niklas Rissler and 3D + post done by the Milford team. Enjoy!
The setting is a sleepy provincial village in Brazil. A town where the residents are unaware of their tiny size while living in a normal-sized world. Everyone goes about their own business until the day Oi Futuro comes to town…
We were excited to hear about Oi Futuro Thumb Town and early on, our team together with againstallodds agreed that a fully dynamic CG environment was the only way to go when portraying this warm and friendly town.
Filed under: 3D, Animation, CG, Commercial, AAO, Milford
Vignette/intro to Swedish TV4 weekend kids slot from Thelma & Louise . A crazy 3D ride from the bottom of the ocean to Lattjo Lajban planet in outer space.
Exekutiv Producent: Daniel Moll
Producent: Demian Zarins
Animation/3D modellering: Anders Mering
Shading/3d modellering: Kristian Zarins
3d modellering: Fredrik Nilsson
3d modellering/2d: Johan Ljungberg
Character: Kim Herrström
Scriptning: Marcus Olofsson
Musik: RedPipe, Björn Palmberg
Praktikanter: Petter Sellerstrand, David Hagtröm
Earlier this year we were asked to pitch an idea for TV4:s kids slot Lattjo Lajban. We came up with
the idea of a crazy ride that starts at the bottom of the ocean and finishes at the Lattjo-planet in outer space!
We also produced some bumpers and in-programme graphics.
Filed under: 3D, Vignette
Congratulations to the team @ Fido who was a part of the Flying monster s3D production for SKY 3D who received a BAFTA award for best specialist factual
Flying Monsters 3D
David Attenborough, Anthony Geffen, Sias Wilson
Sky 3D/Atlantic Productions
Filed under: 3D, Awards, Stereoscopic 3D, Bafta, Fido
Yet another time Filmgate in Gothenburg has finished some nice work for a feature film, this time it is Brighton rock based on a novel by Graham Greene. Brighton rock is now running in Swedish Cinemas.
Filmgates work consisted of included set extensions, retouching and painting away of modern environments, crowd duplication scars, a 3D-face, bullet-holes, 3D-tracking and buildings in complicated anamorphic images, as well as challenging roto with 150 Vespas!
Read more at:
Filmgate – Visual Effects – Grading – Conforming – Post Production – Digital Intermediate Consulting.
Filed under: 3D, Feature film, Filmgate
Mikael Pettersén – 3D Generalist from Lillasyster produktion has compiled a new showreel, have a look. Good stuff Mikael!
Filed under: 3D, Commercial, Reel, Mikael Pettersén
Interesting blog article from Paul Franklin about the future of the VFX business in the UK.
It has produced mind-blowing visual effects for Hollywood blockbusters such as Iron Man 2 and Inception and won a clutch of awards including BAFTAs and an Oscar. But visual effects firm Double Negative is not American or Japanese – it’s British. Co-founder and VFX supervisor Paul Franklin, one of the Oscar-winning team that worked on Inception, discusses the little known success of the UK visual effects industry and the challenges it faces.
Read more at:
DCMS Blog: Visual effects: why the UK must build a legacy for the future.
Filed under: CG, Feature film, Paul Franklin