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Be the Legend: Legend of Phoenix

Just be it!

You can do anything. (In your dreams.)
A 3D animation created by GIANTsteps (a Korean studio) and FX Gear for Nike’s Be the Legend campaign.
The main character is modeled after Park Ji Sung, [...]

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AT&T: Beat City

Well I request you be my friendWe’ll spend some time taking drugs.

Apparently, new generation music players will let you change clothes, hair and demeanor at your will.
The spot has been directed by Alan Bibby and produced at Stardust. Edited by Andrew Borin.
Creative agency: BBDO, New York. Creative directors: Susan Credle, Darren Wright, David Skinner, Patrick [...]

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Rock Band 2: Hello There

Would you like to do a number with me?

“Building on their previous success working with Passion Pictures’ director Pete Candeland, Harmonix invited him to helm the trailer for Rock Band 2“.
Writers: Pete Candeland, Lee Gingold, Giles Dill. Produced: Anna Lord. Head of Computer Graphics: Jason Nicholas.
Motion capture: Audiomotion Studios Ltd. Facial capture: Image Metrics. Telecine: [...]

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Naturally Juicy: Behind the scenes

A look at the work done by the guys at The Mill in the making of their joint effort with Psyop to develop the popular commercial, Naturally Juicy.
NOTE: The clip hosted at The Mill is longer because it features the ad itself in the end. I thought there was no reason to keep it.
Uno [...]

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RYAN MCFAUL – The Man Behind the Motion

When is art ever easy?

Well, it’s 8PM and again I haven’t managed to encode a decent clip of the movie I was about to post (not the same as yesterday, though). So here’s a funny mockumentary from the year 2003.
The Man Behind the Motion tells the story of Michael White, motion capture artist, and the [...]

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Making of Heavenly Sword: Capture Performance

Sony gives us another insight at the making of what looks more like a huge investment than a simple game…
In this third episode, you’ll see the work done at Weta Digital to capture the movements and the facial expressions of the actors, under the dramatic direction of Andy Serkis (Gollum anyone?) and the way [...]

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