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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by FXDude » 20 Sep 2017, 22:49

 
An other one from 'YUJAEHO'

     Magic Mirror - Making of Mermaid AR on Vimeo

     

Watch this one full screen and in HD !
  (  because it's vertical,  and because it's beautiful   :-o :ymdaydream:  )

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by rray » 24 Oct 2017, 19:29

Just posted by Jean-Louis Billard on the XSI Mailinglist:
Softimage still alive and well over here at Digital Golem:


Behind the scenes
http://www.digitalgolem.com/portfolio/r ... fireflies/
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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by FXDude » 25 Oct 2017, 16:08

Everything very refined..

all anim.. the wings wow!

look and feel/integration.. wow!
:-bd

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by mc_axe » 28 Oct 2017, 01:10

Just did a Softimage search on Artstation>projects and it usually points directly to projects that have it amongst the 'Software used'.

Here for example Kolby Jukes modeled a char named Drongo for a game called Paragon, responsible for lowpoly highpoly uvs and sculpt. This game is 2016 but, this specific char was introduced in the game in august 29 2017.
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And... holly crap, I had no clue one of my favorite spacecrafts has some Softimage in it :x. This is from a teaser (they call it prologue) for Ares 2016 movie where Neil Degrasse Tyson explains the mission and the difficulities in "cosmos space oddysey style". Im not fan of the Movie but i love the centrifuge and the prospect of artificial gravity. Not a small production like 30 ppl mentrioned in credits but the scene setup and put together was done by Artur Szymczak in Softimage and rendered with SItoA. ^:)^
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more here:
https://www.artstation.com/artwork/wr2xO

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by Rork » 08 Dec 2017, 10:53

Nice! :)

Love the books, and the show. There's some really nice VFX in there. And good to see trusty old Soft is still used in these places, even for shows this large. :-bd
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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by FXDude » 08 Dec 2017, 22:55

They also worked on many Arrival shots I believe

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by FXDude » 23 Dec 2017, 23:49

 
A recent truly amazing setup for fast, easy and intervention-free nicely behaving skinning.
 
ICE Corrective Shapes

https://vimeo.com/246101548

This is a Video Demonstrating the benefits of using 2 corrective shapes with ICE working ontop of an existing envelope .
This technique is based on one paul smith AKA Pooby demonstrated in one of his tutorials.
 

(emphasis mine)
 

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by rray » 25 Feb 2018, 19:33

missed that one too, good use of ICE there!

YUJAEHO: DemoReel’ 2018

https://vimeo.com/255144907
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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by rray » 12 Jul 2018, 00:38

Award winning artist Alessandro Bavari directed and animated ARTURO using a combination of Softimage XSI, Vray, Zbrush, Photoshop and after effects. A hypnotic and nightmarish masterpiece that depicts a tortured sole trapped in a cycle of endless emotional turmoil.
(http://www.3dscanstore.com/index.php?ro ... post_id=41)



Check out Alessandro's website
http://www.alessandrobavari.com/
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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by mattmos » 07 Jan 2019, 18:17

Still going strong ;)



Making of:


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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by Rork » 07 Jan 2019, 20:28

Nice work Matt! :)
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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by blaxxun » 08 Jan 2019, 09:14

Wow, great! I like it!

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by mattmos » 10 Jan 2019, 11:45

Thanks guys! I was only a small part of the production, did the pre-vis, rigs and camera anim. The CG side was made by Seed Animation Studios, the main man was Neil Kidney. I don't know everyone who worked on it, but those I do know were Darren Cullis, Omar Sarmiento, Kornel Makarowicz, Vladimir Venkov (models/textures), Chris Banasko, Doug Kennedy (lighting), Richenda Wheeler (animation). The director Hattie Newman made everything out of papercraft in her own studio (with a small army of assistants I guess!) and sent them over to recreate digitally.

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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by myara » 17 Jan 2019, 08:51

A little late but still
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Re: Great work done with Softimage

Post by mattmos » 17 Jan 2019, 11:00

AWESOME!! Fantastic work, how much of that was 3d character versus 2d? I really can't tell the difference.