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BOGGIE – NOUVEAU PARFUM

 

Director: Nándor Lőrincz, Bálint Nagy
Director of photography: Bálint Nagy, Dániel Szőke

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Tom Tom Records 2013
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CREW:

Production manager: Zoltán Pálmai
Focus puller: Attila Kovács “Cica”
Smink/make-up artist: Ricsi Fazekas
Make-up assistant: Eszter Galambos
Hairdresser: Bálint Almássy

Post production: Studiolamb
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Chief VFX artist: Balázs Sánta
VFX artists: András Bodor, Ákos Kiss, Marcell Andristyák, Kálmán Dulity
Supervisor: Zoltán Várfoki “Zoulu”

Star Trek Into Darkness Title Design

Star Trek Into Darkness Title Design by Video Copilot

Video Copilot will sell a lot of Element 3D.

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Making of Animating Letters

Making of Animating Letters by James Harford

James Harford recorded a session of creating animating letters.

REDBULL SBS

Redbull SBS by Taylor James

“We photographed and retouched a series of images for the global launch of their new ‘Cola’ addition to the iconic energy drinks brand.”

-From original post on Taylor James

Force Quit and Save in After Effects

I came across this useful video tutorial on Twitter. Thanks to Tim Clapham of helloluxx for the link. In this video, Joe Lilli of Break into Motion Graphics shows you how to “Force Quit” and “Save” a frozen After Effects project.

Springs and Bounces

Joren of The Pixel Lab shows you how to animate with springy/bouncy motion in both Cinema 4D and After Effects. To achieve bouncy motion in Cinema 4D, he uses Delay Effector, and in After Effects, he uses a piece of script from Digital Sandwich.

Original post on The Pixel Lab

C4DLIVE SIGGRAPH 2012 Part 2



SIGGRAPH 2012 Rewind: Manuel Merkle

Discover how CINEMA 4D helps you avoid tedious scripting work to achieve complex VFX as Aixsponza demonstrates how you can use XPresso to animate tree growth. Also, find out how C4D’s collaborative tools help Aixsponza pull off big jobs with tons of moving pieces.



SIGGRAPH 2012 Rewind: Andrew Kramer

Discover how you can use CINEMA 4D with Element 3D to bring 3D objects directly into After Effects. Along the way, you’ll learn CINEMA 4D/After Effects workflow tips and tricks that save you massive amounts of time.



SIGGRAPH 2012 Rewind: Josh Johnson

Get a step-by-step look at how to use some of R14’s powerful new features such as Camera Calibration, Aerodynamics and the Position Pass.

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Click here to continue to Part 3

Flower Warfare