having just played with ortho() processing.org/reference/ortho_.html yesterday for the first time... I had to give this test a go... 6 meshes, 6 displacement GLSL's (each with a slightly different setting), set javax.media.opengl.GL2 to gl.glPolygonMode( GL2.GL_FRONT_AND_BACK, GL2.GL_LINE ) with 6 different line weights - and set 6 different ortho() projections... while using the Yeasayer - "O.N.E." Music Video as the texture across all 6 meshes.
Transforming Céline campaign girl Daria Werbowy into a primordial goddess rising from and returning to the earth, the CGI-powered film explores ideas of nature, birth and death.
Conceived in collaboration with Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones for Creative Review’s Annual Creative Awards.
The capture side of the project was a one day shoot in Holborn studios London with FBFX Digital scanning, Frank Benhamou styling, Rebecca Louise Law creating floral installations, Raphael Salley on hair direction, and Ninni Nummela on makeup. An original music composition by Salvador Breed and Stijn Van Beek took a couple of weeks, as did the editing by Steve Ackroyd at Final Cut London.
Client : Creative Review
Model : Daria Werbowy
Direction : Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones
CGI : Analog
Creative Direction : Analog
Production : Thomas Brannigan (WNStudio) & Katie Bolan (Black Dog Film)
3D Scan/Prep : FBFX
Edit : Steve Ackroyd (Final Cut)
Flower : Rebecca Louise Law
Music : Salvador Breed & Stijn Van Beek
Stylist : Franck Benhamou
Make-Up : Ninni Nummeia
Hair : Raphael Salley
Nails : Ami Streets