A Visual Effects Artist Made This Epic Video to Sell His Old Car

Israeli visual effects artist Eugene Romanovsky wanted to sell his old 1996 Suzuki Vitara SUV, so he created this out-of-this-world 2-minute video to advertise its qualities. The ad shows the car zipping around in ordinary landscapes before appearing in famous movies and on the moon.

“#BuyMyVitara – Suzuki Vitara ’96 for sale,” Romanovsky writes. “With deep sorrow selling my little beast…”

In case you’d like to hire his skills rather than buy his car, he serves as the VFX supervisor at the Tel Aviv, Israel-based creative group Gravity.


Source: PetaPixel

IFCC 2017 Main Titles

Main Titles for the IFCC 2017 Concept Art Conference


Direction/Animation: Sava Živković ———————– behance.net/SavaZivkovic
Music/Sound Design: Iz Svemira ————————– behance.net/izsvemira
Story: Sava Živković, Nebojša Jež, Milan NIkolić
Concept Art: Milan NIkolić———————————– artstation.com/artist/milancho
Character Artist: Mihailo Radošević ———————- behance.net/oliahim
Vehicle Artist: Nenad Merzel ——————————- behance.net/NenadMerzel
Graphic Design: Nebojša Jež
Motion Capture: Take One ———————————- mocap.me/

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The story of animation


The film follows the journey of “You” (the main character), a 3rd-tier technical writer who dreams of one day being a product designer. Working after hours, he creates a fantastic new product. When he presents his product to his employers, they inform him that it’s up to him to create an advertising campaign for the product – an advertising campaign that must be animated. This poses a problem for “you” – he knows very little about animation, and is instantly filled with doubts, and thus his future hangs in the balance. This is where our friendly narrator steps in, to guide “you” through the process of making an animated film. Step by step, our hero’s anxiety and doubts are put to rest, and in the end, he is triumphant!

Ozone (short movie)

After a couple of movies they cooperated on as DOP and Production Designer Branko Sujic and Mirko Milosevic decided to make their own movie. The project’s name is Ozone and it focuses on one of the all-time SF conundrums – the possibility of feelings in artificial life. Ozone is trying to dissect the nature of love in a world equally populated by humans and machines.

In a post-apocalyptic near future devastated by global nuclear war, Dastagir, one of the few survivors, fights to regain his lost love and rediscover his humanity. While he fights his way through the ruins of the old world, we start to understand the complicated nature of this simple love story.


Directed by – Branko Sujić

Production Design by – Mirko Milošević

Visual Effects Supervisor – Mirko Milošević

Written by – Slobodan Obradović, Branko Sujić

Original Music by – Ognjan Milošević

Cinematography by – Branko Sujić

Film Editing by – Dragan Von Petrovic

Costume Design by – Ivan Ivanović

Sound Design by – Vladimir Uspenski, Vladimir Živković

Special Effects by – Nenad Gajić, Miroslav Lakobrija

Lead Compositing Artist – Nikola Vučenović

Senoir FX Tehnical Director – Nikola Đorđić

Motion Graphics Artist – Miloš Milošević


Emanuela – Sofija Rajović
Dstagir – Petar Benčina
Conductor – Radoje Čupić
Help Line Operator – Camilla Mathias
George Fielding Eliot – Martin Cort
Radio Host – Clive Ward