Nice inspiration from realtime.
Here is the shortlist for the 87th Oscars Best Visual Effects:
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Guardians of the Galaxy
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Transformers: Age of Extinction
X-Men: Days of Future Past
Congratulations to all the teams!
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VFX Producer: Mattias Bengtsson
VFX Supervisor: Leo Wilk
Björn Jankes,David Nielsen,Jan Karlström,johan Vikström,Jon Wesström,Lukas Lundin,Malin Öman, Markus Bergqvist, Rodrigo Vivedes,Simon Ekeberg,Thomas Ekenryd,
Director: Lukas Hammar
Production Company: Social Club
Agency: 18 Feet & Rising
Check out the latest update from Important looking pirates. This time invisible but almost impossible to do in camera water vfx (if you don’t want to have epic reset times and dangerous environment for the actors). This time it is a commercial for the swedish armed forces.
Check out our water vfx in this new spot for the Swedish armed forces!
This was a really fun and challenging project. We had two complex shots in this spot. First shot was creating a digital water that bursts out of a door to fill an office. We did the simulation work in Houdini, and use Vray and our proprietary particle/volumetric renderer Tempest to render the final images. The shot was composited in Deep exr in order to be able to mix and match the outputs from different render engines.
The second shot was when the room was filling up and the office workers struggles to swim for the surface. The office was shot on location, and the actors and the props was shot against greenscreen in one of the pools where the Swedish navy’s frogmen exercise. We created digital water surface, particles, caustics and did some extensive deep compositing to tie it all together.
VFX: Important Looking Pirates
- VFX Supervisor – Niklas Jacobson
- VFX Producer – Måns Björklund
- Production assistant: Natalia Przezdziecka
- 3D Artists – Juri Bryan, Robin Perdén,Björn Malmgren,Pim Shitosa, Jonas Bergholm
- 2D Artists – Jens Tenland, Niklas Nyqvist
AGENCY: DDB Stockholm
- AD: Fredrik Simonsson
- Copy: Magnus Jakobsson
- Production manager: Camilla Ryttare
Production company: DDB Film
- Executive Producer: Mattias Coldén
- Director: Oskar Wrangö
- Producer: Marie Brusewitz
- DOP: Fredrik Bäckar
- UW DOP: Eric Börjeson
- Editor: Johan Wik
- Sound: Ljudligan / Mattias Eklund
Check out this trailer for Swedish VFX driven short film “kylan” (the cold) directed and Produced by Miko Lasic despotfilmkylan.wordpress.com and Vfx supervision by Mike Lundahl (production homepage) https://www.behance.net/gallery/KYLAN-(The-Cold)-Shortfilm/10950287
It’s freezing cold outside. The icy and dangerous fog is waiting in the forest for it’s next victim. The little girl and her classmates have no choice. They have to go to school even though they risk their lives. After passing through the great forest the children meet the dangerous fog…
Article in Swedens biggest newspaper about the lack of vfx in Swedish feature film and that Swedish vfx companies and artist are well acclaimed around the world and get to work on feature films from other countries.
Once again ILP has produces the pre-game Superbowl show vignette for FOX.
- Executive Producer: Måns Björklund
- VFX Producer: Magdalena Berglind
- VFX Supervisor: Yafei Wu
- Production Assistant: Natalia Przezdziecka
- Lead Artists: Damien Delaunay, Daniel Rådén
- VFX Artists: Jonathan Harris, Niklas Nyqvist, Victor Carlander, Patrik Wedinger, Juri Bryan, Ella Lavén, Robin, Björn Malmgren, Fredrik Rosado, Nicklas Andersson, Paul Carlberg, Robin Perden, Niklas Ström, Damir Filipovic, Jens Tenland
Fido’s latest in the Froop series.
Agency: Rapp Germany
Creative Director: Kaj Steveman
Producer: Claes Dietmann, Petra Monheim
Line Producer: Anders Singstedt
Animation: Rickard Engqvist, Cameron Scott
Lighting: Anna Hilding, Peter Aversten
Compositing: Daniel Norlund, Tomas Näslund, Fredrik Höglin, Martin Borell
Online: Tomas Näslund