1. Portal: Terminal Velocity

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    from Jason Craft / Added

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    My interpretation of what a real Portal gun would be like if one existed. Based on the video game, Portal. I tried to match the game as close as possible. This was the most challenging project I have ever undertaken, consisting of 3D tracking, seamless camera cuts and 3D camera projection. ENJOY! The Visual Effects. Can't view it on Vimeo watch it on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsdEXlPsobI For those of you that think the gun is a physical prop you can buy, well.....sorry to break the news to you, but it's entirely CG. The 3D Portal gun was replacing/covering up a painted up coffee can with tracking markers. Here's a 3D turntable of the model, https://vimeo.com/43795711 For everyone that wants to know the song used: Snakes On The Take - Freeplaymusic.com Software Used: Autodesk Maya - Modeling/ lighting Zbrush - Texturing PFTrack - 3D tracking After Effects - to composite HDR shop - to capture High Dynamic Range images for 3D lighting/ Refections Trapcode Particular - for particles

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    • 3D Portal Gun

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      from Jason Craft / Added

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      I had modeled this 3D POrtal gun for my POrtal: Terminal Velocity VFX short. Integrating CG into live action. A lot went into this model, from texturing, to HDR lighting.

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      • Before & After Comparison of Portal: Terminal Velocity

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        from Jason Craft / Added

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        This is simply the before and after comparison of the footage from "Portal:Terminal Velocity" This should give you a pretty good idea of how the shots were broken down, from; camera tracking, camera cuts/ blending, editing, and color correction. Any before footage not being shown with the Final Composite was produced entirely in 3D and not actually filmed. Warning: You might need to watch this a few times to catch everything, it goes pretty fast.

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        • THE DORK KNITEE RISES

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          from Andrew Rogers / Added

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          Just a good, simple tale about a man who loves a reptile. Shoutout to Dave Humphreys for teaching me the ethics of keyframing. Shoutout to Batman for keeping the streets of Gotham squeaky clean. Shoutout to Alligator Jones Bishop for reminding me how to keyframe after I forgot everything Dave Humphreys taught me. I own nothing in this video except the soundtrack.

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          • What a Drag! Falling Through Syrup

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            from Matt Kuchta / Added

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            A visual study of spheres (ball bearings) falling through viscous fluid (corn syrup). Includes brief descriptions and commentary.

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            • Test Reel (Lonely Lonely)

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              from Patrick M. Williams / Added

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              • Not So Silent Night and Day Movie Marathon

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                from Andrew Roy / Added

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                Graphics by Chris Newton.

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                • nuvoTV Cinema-Terminal Velocity

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                  from Andrew Roy / Added

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                  Graphics by Chris Newton

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                  • "Lombard St. run"

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                    from francisdru / Added

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                    1st run.

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                    • SoulFingerZ presents. "TERMINAL VELOCITY"@ Club Volume (2010.08.13)

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                      from blaster ch / Added

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