MPC VFX shows how Sean Young’s Nexus 6 replicant Rachel in was recreated for Blade Runner using reference images from the then 58 year old actress, a younger performer and CGI effects. Blade Runner 2049
A bizarre CGI short by Christoph Krenn (with sound by Matthias Urban) featuring the disconcerting interactions of conjoined body parts.
Contains naked CGI torsos but that should be the least of your concerns here.
Currently a pristine 2 bed home with planning
permission to extend into a large 3 bed with double story extension.
Kickham Road, Inchicore (MyHome)
In an interview last June with Martin Enthed, IKEA’s IT Manager for in-house communication, it was revealed that 75% of the images you see in the IKEA catalogue are computer generated. To wit:
The real turning point for us was when, in 2009, they called us and said, “You have to stop using CG. I’ve got 200 product images and they’re just terrible. You guys need to practice more.” So we looked at all the images they said weren’t good enough and the two or three they said were great, and the ones they didn’t like were photography and the good ones were all CG! Now, we only talk about a good or a bad image — not what technique created it.”
MORE: Building 3D With IKEA (CG Society)
A promo video featuring seven surreal CGI-enhanced vignettes by director
Dan Kokatajlo and a team of creatives for the launch of the album by London-based electronica musician Floating Metal Key Mathew Wilcock.
Artist Digitally Warps London For EP Teaser (The Creators Project)
Kevin Margo’s work in progress teaser for Construct – an upcoming sci-fi short which aims to showcase a revolutionary new CGI/motion capture process.
Also well worth a look is Margo’s critically acclaimed 2012 sci-fi short Grounded.
MORE: Robot Film “Construct” Could Change Everything You Know About CGI ( Creators Project)
Graphic designer, Antoni Tudisco’s wooden burgers, runners, doughnuts and whatnot aren’t even wood, or burgers or runners or doughnuts or whatnot.
digital representations of wooden representations of burgers, runners, doughnuts and whatnot.
Is it lunchtime yet?
A demo of the shape of game character rendering to come – courtesy of
Activision R&D and an unspecified (but probably large) number of GeForce GTX680 graphics cards.
quite parfait. But getting there.
A product of 12 weeks of CGI by UK film editor
VFX (as opposed to actual stop motion animated LEGO) but a blocky delight nonetheless – filled with humourous film references for Inception fans.