Category Archives: 3D Making of

The Making of: Mighty Antlers

If you are a huge fan of Backwater Gospel (and I am sure all of you are), then you are going to love Mighty Antlers. This 3D animation made to look 2D is absolutely amazing.

Just take a look and check out the making of video as well. The making video features storyboards, animatics, character design, layer order, etc. It’s really neat to just take a look at.

Disney at SIGGRAPH 2013 – Making Wreck-it-Ralph Characters in zBrush

From Walt Disney Animation Studios, Zac Petroc and Dillon Ekron give you an in depth look at the process that goes into making final characters using ZBrush.

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Art of the Title

Ever seen a really good title sequence? There is actually a lot more to it than just placing text on top of a video. If you haven’t checked this website out, make sure you do:  http://www.artofthetitle.com/

It has all sorts of amazing work, making of videos and interviews, and tips on approaching a title sequence.

Here are two that I found really interesting:

http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/black-sails/

 

 

 

 

http://www.artofthetitle.com/title/iron-man-3/

 

 

 

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Making of: Backwater Gospel

This is a very neat 3D Animation made to have a 2D feel to it. Check it out!

 

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Check out this snow!

Disney’s movie, Frozen is coming to theaters soon. And I found this SIGGRAPH video that shows how they’ve created snow.

One of my favorite parts is at 1:27 which shows the parameters of the snow. These parameters change how the snow interacts with an object.
Pretty awesome stuff!

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Making of: Hunger is a Monster

Interview with Platige Images

Q: Talk us through the brief…

“It wasn’t too detailed. We were supposed to create strong images of personified hunger as a monster. As for the visual part, screenplay, direction, the whole language of the movie, I was given a lot of artistic freedom.”

Q: How did the stylised look of the spot come about?

“I wanted to create strongly stylized image. I thought of working with live actress but that didn’t mean I wanted it to be realistic. I wanted to show the painting-like images, to emphasize its intensity. The combination of all above should cause anxiety and fear.”

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Animation Process: Making of Bruce Lee

Making of Bruce Lee: Step by Step Animation Process Guide

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Shave it!

Behind the Scenes

Shave it

In the wilderness of the forests where giant bulldozers are tearing apart the woods there is a monkey that accidentally finds a shaving machine and decides to use it. Spontaneously disguised as a human being, he moves out to the city and starts a career. After a stunning success in business, he understands the need of gaining political power. Not too long after, he becomes the president. Now he is ready to make a change.
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Colorbleed Animation Studio: Making of Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Colorbleed Animation Studio

Location: Netherlands

Colorbleed is a fresh animation studio founded by the makers of the critically acclaimed short film Mac ‘n’ Cheese. We can provide a wide range of visuals for film, TV, mobile devices, projection at events and any other digital media.

Our combined skills and list of freelancers cover all the bases to create the results you are looking for; be it for an entire production, or just technical or creative direction. Through extensive conversations with our clients we feel we can manage to fulfill any party’s expectations while maintaining a high degree of quality in each aspect of our work.

Mac n Cheese Animation

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