But, green screen is a great tool, right? Not for one filmmaker.
Watch the story of why and how @MichaelPlescia tried to reinvent filmmaking, visual effects and co-found a company in order to make his feature film even a possibility.
See how the story vision for The Mop Liberator lead to the creation of a technology that is allowing the filmmakers to photograph an imagined cyberpunk world in-camera without any post-production using ARwall, a visual effects compositing technology that combines new mixed-reality screens along with the oldest (and maybe best) trick in the filmmaking book.
This piece delves into the inception, development process, and shows the production test footage of the first ever real-time, in-camera, real-light, real-lens, perspective-adapting, mixed-reality, rear-screen, compositing technique.
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Singer Zhang Liangying, portrays the role of an office lady and was presented at the beginning of the story. This unlucky lady was blamed by her boss over the phone when she visited the Art Institute of Chicago. Suddenly, she enters a world of famous paintings, and was on her way to a fantastic adventure.
In this MV, we try to connect 12 world-known paintings through interesting and smooth transitions. The original values of those paintings are re-defined. For example, Van Gogh’s ear is bitten by Mike Tyson; when the girl in the Gleaners looks up, she becomes the Girl with A Pearl Earring; the two men in black at the end of the bridge in the Scream by Edvard Munch are actually MIB, and they scream because they see the big monster in the painting of Dali; and the man in suit sitting with his back to us in the lonely café of the last painting Nighthawks, is Dali, and so on.
The 3D effect of those famous paintings is the largest challenge in this MV. We invited excellent artists to contribute their ideas and skills on all the scenes, costumes, actors and the singer. The innovative shooting methods are extremely experimental, which seems crazy!
Although the concept of the script is radical, weird and wild, the revival of paintings, the integration of the new and the old, the copy of painting lines and the texture presentation in the production process are all challenges. The traditional arts and aesthetics are supported by creativity, and innovative story line and the overwhelming CG are integrated. The MV was made possible through the efforts of experts in various fields. We hope you enjoy it!
The list of paintings and artists used in the MV:
1. Edward Hopper – Nighthawks
2. Vincent Willem van Gogh
3. Jean-François Millet- Des glaneuses
4. Johannes Vermeer-Het meisje met de parel
5.Andrew Nowell Wyeth-Christina's World
6.Georges-Pierre Seurat-Un dimanche après-midi à l'Île de la Grande Jatte
7. Edvard Munch-Skrik
8.alvador Dali-A Tentação de Santo Antônio
9. The marches of summer
10. Maurits Cornelis Escher-Ascending and descending
11. Maurits Cornelis Escher- Gallery
12. Magritte Rene-The Son of Man
13. Salvador Dali
* As for the 13th painting, the explosion at 1:35 of the MV adopts the style of Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama.
故事的開始，從歌手張靚穎所扮演的OL上班族拉開序幕，電話那頭傳來老闆的責駡，正在逛芝加哥美術館( Art Institute of Chicago)的倒楣OL，莫名闖入名畫的世界，展開一連串不可思議的奇幻冒險。
*事發地點-芝加哥美術館( The Art Institute of Chicago )
名畫1.愛德華•霍普-夜遊者(Edward Hopper – Nighthawks)
名畫2.梵谷-自畫像(Vincent Willem Van Gogh Museum) VAN GOGH Van Gogh Museum La Oreja de Van Gogh - Oficial
名畫3.米勒-拾穗( Jean-François Millet- Des glaneuses)
名畫4.楊•維梅爾-戴珍珠耳環的少女( Johannes Vermeer -Het meisje met de parel)
名畫5.安德魯•魏斯-克莉絲蒂娜的世界 ( @Andrew Nowell Wyeth -Christina's World)
名畫6.喬治•秀拉-大碗島的星期天下午 ( Georges -Pierre Seurat-Un dimanche après-midi à l'Île de la Grande Jatte)
名畫7.孟克-吶喊（Edvard Munch -Skrik）
*亂入彩蛋-MIB Men In Black
名畫8.達利-聖安東尼的誘惑(Salvador Dali-A Tentação de Santo Antônio) Salvador Dalí
名畫9.瑪格利特-馬奇的夏天( Magritte Rene-The marches of summer )
名畫10.艾雪-上下階梯（Maurits Cornelis Escher-Ascending and descending) 莫里茲·柯尼利斯·艾雪
名畫11.艾雪-畫廊（Maurits Cornelis Escher- Gallery)
名畫12.瑪格利特-人子(Magritte Rene-The Son of Man)
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away... we might have seen a version of Star Wars that featured a Han Solo with green skin and gills, Stormtroopers with lightsabers, and a female heroine named Luka Starkiller.
Many of these anomalies can be seen in concept artist, Ralph McQuarrie's early illustrations of the Star Wars universe. While looking back at these early paintings we can't help but wonder what Star Wars would have been like had it remained loyal to the concept art and early drafts of the script.
The DAVE School graduating class of August and October 2017 have answered that question by bringing Ralph McQuarrie's paintings to life in a concept trailer for what might have been... The Star Wars.
Find out more about our Visual Effects program at https:daveschool.com
Images from "Star Wars™ Art Ralph Mcquarrie" By Brandon Alinger, Wade Lageose, and David Mandel - Abrams, New York
Star Wars™ and its characters are registered trademarks of LucasFilm Entertainment Company LTD. or LucasFilm LTD. This production is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with LucasFilm Entertainment Company LTD. LucasFilm LTD, or any of its subsidiaries or affiliated companies and/or third-party licensors.
It’s 2017 and computer graphics have conquered the Uncanny Valley, that strange place where things are almost real... but not quite. After decades of innovation, we’re at the point where we can conjure just about anything with software. The battle for photoreal CGI has been won, so the question is... what happens now?
Written and animated by Alan Warburton with the support of Tom Pounder and Wieden + Kennedy.
Music by Cool 3D World (cool3dworld.com/)
Special thanks to: Leanne Redfern, Nico Engelbrecht, Iain Tait, Indiana Matine, Katrina Sluis, David Surman, Jacob Gaboury and Daniel Rourke.
This video essay is an analysis of Wong Kar Wai's use of colors. WKW is without doubt, one of cinema's great colorists. His films are renowned for their distinctive style, in which colors segue and blur into each other.
Color in films are a product of collaboration between the director and his cinematographer, in this case: Christopher Doyle. Color is one of the most powerful factors in someone's psychological build.
This video was made for the purpose of paying tribute to one of the greatest filmmakers.
Special thanks to: David Bradford for his free stock, subscribe him. (http://bit.ly/2kcK4Ne)
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