1. This transformer character appears on an advertisement campaign of a telecomunication company here in Brazil.
    Unfortunately he shows up a bit fast and behind actor Marcelo Serrado, far from the camera.. So this video was created to demonstrate the systems I´ve developed which includes:

    - No flip spine/torso
    - Clavicle space switching
    - Ik legs and arms
    - FK fingers
    - Neck pistons and pipes
    - hydraulic guts tubes
    - custom forearm attribute twist
    - different degrees of rotation axis onto regions (femour, knee, shoulder, elbow)
    - Automate peaces reactions (ie. top of foot, lateral of hips)

    You can watch the spot here: http://renatopolimeno.com/oi-tv-hd-lindos

    # vimeo.com/64301505 Uploaded 2,714 Plays 14 Comments
  2. All Design, 3D, VFX, Animation and Compositing by Andrew Martin

    Maya and After Effects

    link to online portfolio 3dandrew.com

    # vimeo.com/48699046 Uploaded 4,108 Plays 6 Comments
  3. The CG team at Rushes brought to life the everyday urban world around our feet in "Tiny Worlds", a trilogy of micro-shorts with a humorous take on what might happen to the litter and rubbish on London's streets when we're not looking.

    Executive Producer: Norra Abdul Rahim
    Producer: Caroline Laing
    Production Assistant: Alexina Davidson
    Head of CG: Andy Nicholas
    Lead CG: Andy Hargreaves
    Director: Chris Hutchison
    TD: Ben De Luca
    CG Artists: Chris Hutchison, Craig Travis, David Drese, Liam Hoflay, Andrea Scibetta, Nimesh Patel
    Nuke: Noel Harmes
    Flame: Martin Goodwin
    Sound Design: Tom Martin @ Mcasso

    # vimeo.com/89289579 Uploaded 390K Plays 74 Comments
  4. From Crackerbox's upcoming series of animated educational shorts, "Wizards in my Machine" – an exploration of the personal computer through animation and verse.

    Written and animated by Ken Fountain.

    For more about the Crackerbox project, visit crackerboxstudio.com
    Follow Crackerbox on Facebook @ facebook.com/crackerboxstudio

    # vimeo.com/113754762 Uploaded 11.7K Plays 12 Comments
  5. Matt Leonard from Sphere VFX demonstrates NUKEX’s CameraTracker has been completely remodeled to include the projection solver and a new camera calibrator. These updates let artists track and solve cameras from reference stills and can be used to assist with set or object modeling. To find out more information about NUKE, follow this link: thefoundry.co.uk/products/nuke-product-family/ or this link for more information about the CameraTracker for After Effects: thefoundry.co.uk/products/plugins/cameratracker/

    Tutorial created by Matt Leonard from spherevfx.com

    Sphere VFX is a world leading visual effects training company offering over 20 years of experience in 3D, compositing and visual effects. As you would expect from a premier training company we offer both ‘onsite training’ and ‘video training’, however what sets us apart is our up-to-date knowledge of the current state of the industry and our unprecedented flexibility. Where other companies offer a limited, predefined training program, we give you complete flexibility to train on what you want, when you want and where you want.

    # vimeo.com/81086775 Uploaded 29.1K Plays 1 Comment

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