Posts Tagged:3D

Super Smash Bros. – Mario Jumps into Battle! (Wii U & Nintendo 3DS)

Ever wondered what Mario would look like in real life? Well I caught him during his commute to the Smash Bros tournament, running through Tokyo to the stadium before he joins the fight! I’m a huge Super Smash Bros fan and with games for the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS coming out later this year, I wanted…

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Mighty No 9

Mighty No. 9 (マイティーナンバーナイン) is an upcoming action-platform video game produced by Keiji Inafune, illustrator and co-designer of Mega Man. Now they are developing a TV series for Mighty No.9 and I had the pleasure of working on the teaser. This was a terrifically exciting project to work on with very demanding clients so there was a…

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Japanese for Animators and 3D Artists

Following up on my post on how to get an animation job in Japan I thought some of you may be interested in the language around the office. You can use this to get a head start with some animation specific vocab and phrases that you will hear on a day to day basis. With the…

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Mountain Helicopter. Element 3D

Shot rendered entirely in After Effects with Element 3D. Camera projection mapped environment geometry built in Maya then imported into Element. Helicopter model from http://thefree3dmodels.com/ then reconfigured for Element. Thanks Video Copilot for your amazing plugins!

Poole & Purbeck Portal

This was a project I supervised and produced some VFX shots for while at Rock.Paper.Film. Creating 3D assets inside Element3D and Maya for compositing in After Effects. It was great working with some wonderful aerial footage and doing 3D camera tracking to embed the text and 3D animated birds.

Colour of Bone ‘Low Mode’ Official Music Video.

Very excited today to present to everyone the first official single by Colour of Bone, who’s music video we created at Rock.Paper.Film with Original artwork by James Lamond. Anthony and I loved working on this as we had a lot of creative freedom to run with any crazy abstract idea that popped into our head.…

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