Lors d'une réception de « senior », un étudiant est payé pour faire la plonge. Il travaille dur pour s’offrir un voyage autour du monde. Alors qu’il fait la vaisselle, le garçon aperçoit une boite de gâteaux « Démesuré ».
Film de fin d'année version courte.
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In the summer 2011 ILP was awarded a massive sequence for the upcoming Norwegian feature film "Kon-Tiki" directed by Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg. The film is about the legendary explorer Thor Heyerdal's epic journey crossing the Pacific on a balsa wood raft in 1947.
Our sequence takes place during a major emotional peak of the movie, as the crew struggles with internal conflicts while facing a critical situation involving white sharks.
ILP delivered 58 shots in total, with plenty of hero shots and some extremely complex fully computer generated scenes.
This is a VFX breakdown giving you a closer look at some of shots we made.
Make sure to jump on the deck and discover our short promo for the Cartoon Network, the global Children channel. :) Yarrrn
Although CN had the final approval they gave us extreme freedom to create something that we wanted to see for ourselves. It proved successful.
The Pirate is part of a series of air identities we developed and produced for Cartoon Network.
The series proudly received 9 Promax Awards,
including: 'Best use of Humor', 'Best Animation' and 'Best Art Direction'.
Director: Olov Burman
Shading and Rendering: Michael Bengtsson, Hervé Steff
Animators: Calle Halldin, Olov Burman
Modeling: Hervé Steff, Michael Bengtsson, Olov Burman, Marcus Ottosson
Rigging: Calle Halldin
Post Production: Michael Bengtsson
Music: Joel Eriksson
Voice Acting: Pär Nymark
Sound Effects: Ljudlabbet (Daniel Saxlid)
Cloth and Hair Simulation: Marcus Ottosson
Closepup Explosion: Matt Radford
Water Simulation: Brian Looney
Renderfarm: Rendernet (Henrik Norin)
Modelmaking: Chris Schifferns
Technical Support: Kustaa Vuori
Programmer: Mihnea Balta
3D Scanning: Paulo Kiefe (Creative Tools)
Cartoon Network Representatives: Raf Gasak (Creative Director, Turner Broadcasting Europe), Lola Gamester (Project Assistant)
Rendered with Maxwell
Based in Paris, France, Motion Plus Design was created in 2011.
Its main goal is to promote the art of Motion Design around the world by allowing people, students and professionals to discover artists and meet one another.
Since 3 years, Motion Plus Design set up multiple events in Paris & Tokyo which bring up to 800 people on a full day event.