VFX Breakdown: Sweater

Last week I was working on a retail spot where we needed a product that wasn’t shot on-figure. But we did have a shot of a similar product. It just needed a little work. This is what I mean by “a little:”

I’m pretty pleased with the end result. It was a fun task to work on, though I hope I don’t have to do it too often…

Adworkers – The Clown

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The Clown, featuring Ryan Dembroski, edited by yours truly. Produced for United Adworkers and featured at their Cannes Reel benefit tonight.

Credits:
Cast- Ryan Dembroski, Cesar Gamino
Director – Carlo Besasie
DP – Mike Gillis
Art Director – Matt Lemke
Assistant Camera – Michael Krieger
Gaffer – Chris Marks
Key Grip – Mike Luce
Best Boy – Ryan Plato
Make-Up – Kim Goodwin

Editor – Paul Conigliaro (Civilian Edit)
Music & Sound Design – Peter Batchelder (Independent Sound)

Equipment courtesy of Milwaukee Film Corps, Blue Moon Lighting and North American Camera.

The Muppets meet the Internet

Okay, so I have no idea how I missed these. So far, I’ve seen Statler & Waldorf, Sam the Eagle, Gonzo, Beaker, and the Sweedish Chef (featuring Beaker). I have to say, my favorite part is reading the descriptions on the Beaker and Chef videos. (The videos are also embed after the break, if you want them all in one place.)
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High-Five Hollywood

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So, I don’t know if you’ve seen the High-Five! montage by my friends Jake, Bob and Jack. If you haven’t, go watch it, I’ll wait.

That video was enough to get the attention of Jake’s higher-ups at Funny-or-Die and they created the much anticipated sequel: High-Five Hollywood! Take a look, it’s fun times.

As a side note, I did the effects for the final shot of the Hollywood video.