Kada smo prošli put radili intervju radio si u gaming indutriji, međutim sada radiš za Autodesk. Koji je razlog tvog … Continue reading
Everything that is needed from artistic and technical knowledge in order to do the animation professionally and with teamwork sense. … Continue reading
Following the CGA2017 and in preparation for the CGA2018, Crater Training Center was hosting the two days CGA Warm-up event … Continue reading
U toku priprema za novembarsku konferenciju kompjuterske grafike CGA Belgrade, specijalno gostujuće predavanje o produkciji vizuelnih efekata na filmu ugostice … Continue reading
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Introducing Tank, a new short film from Red Giant’s Chief Creative Officer, Stu Maschwitz. In a visual homage to vector arcade games of the 80’s (like Battlezone and Star Wars), Tank tells the story of a team of pilots that must take on a weapon of mass destruction in a battle to save their world. Putting aside current 3D modeling techniques, Stu looked to the past and built the world of Tank entirely in Adobe After Effects, using math, code, and hundreds of hours of painstaking animation work. Watch the Making of Tank to learn more about Stu’s journey in telling this visually unique story:
Awaken Akira was created by two friends, Ash Thorp and Zaoeyo (XiaoLin Zeng), who wanted to collaborate on a tribute to the iconic anime, Akira, by Katsuhiro Otomo. It’s creation took over a year, as we had to coordinate our time on it with other project commitments. We hope you find it was well worth the wait and truly enjoy our efforts.
We would like to thank Pilotpriest for the masterful score, as well as Raf Grassetti and The Joelsons for their help on the project. We would also like to give our most sincere thank you to Otomo-san and all the men and women who helped bring Akira to life. Akira has and will always be a timeless and continual muse for all of us.
For the complete experience, please visit awakenakira.com
Tribute by – ASH THORP & ZAOEYO
Score by – PILOTPRIEST
Character Modeler – RAF GRASSETTI
Photography – THE JOELSONS
Website by – OBLIO
Despot 2056 V.T.V.V.S.
Mechanical autointelligent, self-propelled machine, designed for the needs of the army for multipurpose needs.
It is equipped with 12mm cannons, optical lens.
Lifetime of one nuclear battery is 7000 active duty hours and 20000 hours of standby time
Speed of bipedal movement reaches 60 km per hour while crawler up to 120 km per hour.
It was first used in operations at Novi Naisus in 2052 under the command of Colonel Dragutin Milevic, commander of the fifth corps of the army of Central Serbia.
Reality Capture photogrammetry contest
Kompanija Capturing Reality najavila je photogrammetry challenge. Šest najboljih radova dobijaju licencu na 6 meseci za nihov odlični Reality Capture software.
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Beograd, 28. mart 2016. – Evropski PROGRES je objavio javni poziv za dodelu bespovratnih sredstava mladima iz 34 opštine jugoistočne i jugozapadne Srbije za pokretanje svog biznisa. Ovu aktivnost, koja za cilj ima da podstakne preduzetništvo među mladima, Evropska unija i Vlada Švajcarske podržaće sa 180.000 evra.
Pravo učešća na konkursu imaju nezaposleni mladiod 18 do 30 godina starosti, koji su u trenutku objavljivanja javnog poziva prijavljeni na evidenciju Nacionalne službe za zapošljavanje najmanje tri meseca neprekidno a imaju stalno prebivalište i planiraju pokretanje biznisa u jednoj od opština koje su uključene u realizaciju programa Evropski PROGRES. Continue reading
It’s hard work making movies. It’s like being a doctor:you work long hours, very hard hours, and it’s emotional, tense work. If you don’t really love it, then it ain’t worth it.
I don’t get it when you get so much openness about the way movies are made, and the special effects and the behind-the-scenes stuff and all of that. I can’t help but feel like this reduces it a little bit.