8 blog posts found matching keyword search for: 3D Computer Animation in Garland
Five years ago, Patrick Jean dreamed up the end of the world in the most unique way: with Donkey Kong and Pac-Man. When Patrick Jean wrote and directed his short film “Pixels”, he always hoped his two and half minute video work would end up on the silver screen, but he never thought it would actually happen.To his surprise, it did-- and now you can get an inside look on the software used to create the film, along with his inspiration and tips.
While computer animation is often a crucial tool for telling a story, filmmaker Denise Ohio used 3D CGI to help her actually understand the historical event that is the subject of her documentary, Verona: The Story of the Everett Massacre (2017, 105 minutes, Virgil Films).
The making of a game cinematic is a large undertaking, but the end results are fruitful to creating interest in a video game. Without a cinematic it is very hard to generate the desired customer anticipation for an upcoming release. The art and elements of the cinematic are inspired by the game, but It’s more akin to a promotional short film or commercial, rather than an exact example of the finished product.
Motion Graphics… not a very popular term amongst average people, but to a film and video nerd like myself, it's very common. Just about every video project you see nowadays incorporates them. The art form itself seems to never die and is constantly evolving into new trends. What's even more uncommon is an average person discussing the origins of motion graphics… a subject that is still debated to this day. Don't worry, this whole blog is not about that… we'll provide some tips later on for you MG enthusiasts to bite onto.
For many virtual reality (VR) may seem as if it’s only just been invented. However, the history of VR dates back a lot further than you might have imagined.
The production industry is full of hard-working, super talented individuals who all have a hand in creating some of the most spectacular productions - from film and television, to live events and corporate video - and even more. And some of those individuals are incredibly driven, successful women. We have chosen a few of the hard-working women in the production industry that lend their success secrets, tips and encouragement to other women who are striving to achieve greatness.
In an age of dwindling attention spans, online marketing is trickier than ever. Here’s the truth: People may find your company online, but most of them will leave your website in about eight seconds. (And, if they actually read what you’ve written, they’ll only remember 10 percent of it.)There’s a better way to use your marketing budget. Putting your company’s message into a video means that you can share more information in less time, and your audience will remember more of it - 58 percent more, in fact.Essentially, you have two choices: Very few people can remember 10 percent of what they read on your website, or many more will remember 68 percent of what they saw in your video. The choice is simple. But why does it work?
Sabya Clarke, VR director, writer and producer shares her experience making the VR cinematic experience, To Patch A Broken Star (2018).