1. Jeremy Brown
    Compositing
    Roto/Paint
    CG
    2010 Demo Reel

    Breakdown:
    -Shot 01: Rotoscoped mattes for Sandra’s skin to be used for color correction by the lead compositor.
    Software used: Silhouette
    -Shot 02: Replaced sky, front window reflections, tire tracks and rough grass patches.
    Software used: Nuke
    -Shot 03: Painted the splash in front of the boat after the lead compositor removed the wake in front of the boat.
    Software used: Silhouette
    -Shot 04: Rotoscoped mattes for both characters for background replacement. Painted and tracked in small hairs to bring back detail that was lost after background replacement.
    Software used: Silhouette
    -Shot 05: Replaced original bottle with a high resolution photograph, preserving the original cranberries, shadows and lighting.
    Software used: Nuke
    -Shot 06: Rotoscoped mattes for parts of all three actors for background replacement. Rotoscoping was don in collaboration with two other rotoscope artists.
    Software used: Silhouette
    -Shot 07: Modeled, shaded and lit the sound box. Pre-generated textures applied post-render in comp using UV passes.
    Software used: Maya, V-Ray, Nuke
    -Shot 08: Modeled, shaded, lit and rendered various CG satellite dishes and roof ornaments as lead CG artist. Prepared rendered elements for lead compositor and performed finishing touch paint work.
    Software Used: Maya

    Please visit http://www.off-planet.net for more information.

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  2. Jeremy Brown
    Compositing
    Roto/Paint
    CG
    2009 Demo Reel

    Breakdown:

    *Shots from Disney's "The Proposal" with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds
    -Shot 01: Rotoscoped mattes for Sandra's skin to be used for color correction by the lead compositor.
    -Shot 02: Rotoscoped mattes for both characters for background replacement. Painted on top of comp to repair keying errors in extreme motion blurred areas.
    -Shot 03: Rotoscoped mattes for both characters for background replacement. Painted and tracked in small hairs to bring back detail that was lost after background replacement.
    -Shot 04: Painted the splash in front of the boat after the lead compositor removed the wake in front of the boat.
    -Shot 05: Rotoscoped mattes for parts of all three charaters for background replacement. Rotoscoping was done in collaboration with two other rotoscope artists.
    *Shots from Disney's "Surrogates" with Bruce Willis
    -Shot 01: Modeled, shaded, lit and rendered various CG satellite dishes and roof ornaments as lead CG artist. Prepared rendered elements for lead compositor.
    -Shot 02: Modeled, shaded, lit and rendered various CG satelite dishes and roof ornaments as lead CG artist. Prepared rendered elements for lead compositor and performed finishing touch paint work.

    All rotoscoping was done using Silhouette FX's Silhouette. All compositing and paint was done using The Foundry's Nuke.
    All CG work was done using Autodesk Maya.

    Please visit http://www.off-planet.net for more information.

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  3. This is my Demo Reel from 2008 featuring visual effects and CG work. This is a concatenated breakdown. For a full breakdown, please visit my website.

    Shot 1: Live action green screen footage integrated into a 3d scene. Maya 8.5, RenderMan Studio 1.0.1, Shake 4.1
    Shot 2: Memory intensive scene required custom scripting in order to automatically render in sections on a render farm and then recombine. Maya 8.5, RenderMan Studio 1.0.1, Alfred, TCL
    Shot 3: Additive noise used to vary key light intensity to avoid caustics simulation. Maya 8.5, RenderMan Studio 1.0.1, Shake 4.1
    Shot 4: Fully detailed model of a Borg Cube from the Star Trek Universe for use in a stereoscopic, location-based ride film. Maya 8.5

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