Apr 11

FIDO – Updates

New stuff from FIDO

Drakhjärta – Swedish tv-series breakdown

Director: Linda-Maria Birbeck & Klas Karterud
Production Company: Mint AB

Fido crew:
Animation Director & VFX Supervisor: Staffan Linder
VFX Producer: Hanna Bengtsson
VFX Executive Producer: Claes Dietmann

Animation: Staffan Linder, Fredrik Olsson, Raoul Cacciamani,
Tracking: Joakim Eriksson
Lighting/3D: Joakim Olsson
Compositing: Jonas Lindfors, Fredrik Höglin, Martin Borell, Sven Ahlström, Mattias Sandelius
Modelling: Magnus Eriksson
Rigging: Peter Jemstedt, Staffan Linder, Magnus Eriksson
Lookdev: Peter Aversten, Joakim Olsson
Mastring Video I/O: Erik Johansson
Character design: Markus Forsberg, & Staffan Linder

Monster Backe – German TVC

Agency: Jung von Matt
Production Company: Cobbelstone
Director: Jesper Ohlsson

Fido crew:
VFX Supervisors: Staffan Linder
VFX Producer: Linda Öhlund
VFX Executive Producer: Claes Dietmann, Petra Monheim
Modeling: Gustav Alexandersson
Rigging: Magnus Eriksson, Cameron Scott
Lookdev: Erika Johansson, Joakim Olsson
Tracking: Joakim Olsson
Animation: Raoul Cacciamani
Lighting: Erika Johansson
Compositing: Martin Borell

 

Dec 16

Jordskott, short VFX reel from STOPP/FAMILY

Jordskott was broadcast on Swedish Television during spring of 2015.

The ones involved

Vfx Supervisor/On-set Supervisor: Arvid Björn
Lead CG artist: Arvid Björn
Lead compositor: Victor Sanchez
Senior CG artist: Per Bergstén
Senior CG artist: Robin Erneström
Character animator: Niklas Lundgren
Junior Compositor: Vincent Tseng
Additional compositing: Johan Boije

 

 

 

Sep 30

How the Everest VFX team scaled new heights | fxguide

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Check out this great article on FXguide with VFX supervisor Dadi Einarsson and insights from the different team involved. One of them ILP.

http://www.fxguide.com/featured/how-the-everest-vfx-team-scaled-new-heights/

‘Everest’ called for complicated filming in mountainous locations, and matching photoreal VFX.

 

Source: How the Everest VFX team scaled new heights | fxguide