Posts Tagged:Filmmaking

BB8 in London Making Of

After sharing our short film and receiving the huge positive response from everyone we are pleased to now share some of the work that went on to bring BB-8 to life in this BB8 in London Making of post. First off though we want to thank reddit, especially subscribers of r/London for helping spread the word…

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BB-8 in London short film and free 3D model

BB-8 takes a break from filming at nearby Pinewood studios to explore London’s famous sights and visit ILM London With Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming out in cinemas shortly we couldn’t help but get inspired by the new BB-8 droid character to make a fun short film. With a major part of the film…

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“Franglais” | Short Film

‘Our friendly local drug dealer takes us on a tour of his turf, a quaint village nestled within the picturesque south of France. Though things don’t quite go as planned when dealing with his shadowy English client.’ As well as being a 3D artist I also have a passion for filmmaking and in 2013 I…

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Smash Bros Trailer Making Of

I recently published my Super Smash Bros fan trailer “Mario Jumps Into Battle” ready for the upcoming Nintendo Wii U and 3DS games, its here on youtube in case you missed it. I’ve put together some materials from the production of the video to share the process. Shot on the Panasonic GH3, filming at various locations across Tokyo,…

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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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Franglais Poster and Trailer

To coincide with completing my first live action short film Franglais and first festival submission (wish me luck!) I wanted to share the final poster and trailer. I am hoping to get into some festivals next year so cannot show the full film online yet, but I think this fantastic illustration by the talented Emma…

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