Gallery updated with final renders

by - 2012/09/11 13 Comments Artwork, Production

  1. Tadd says:

    Love it!
    I can’t wait untill you fine folks drop it on Youtube so I can enjoy the film!

  2. 3pointedit says:

    Whoa, loving the hair keys. They look amazing! And that roto work, congrats.

  3. NFP Digital says:

    it’s amazing to see all of this from start to finish.

  4. marcoG says:

    Hot stuff guys. Love it. What’s your thoughts about Cycles now? What is the biggest lack right now? (motion blur apart)

    Regards

  5. hummyumm says:

    I really like most of the moods and colors. I dont like the greenish blacks/shadows in the overcast outdoor shot with tom and the robot on the bridge – the lighting is not so pretty because of the overcast and the green tone make it even worse. But hey – thats just my taste – so no worries :) I would like it more like this:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5875127/tom.jpg

    Since it is open, I could regrade the whole movie when it is out – cool :) !

  6. ase says:

    last image : graded_edit_012270.jpg
    wrong background http://www.pasteall.org/pic/show.php?id=37627

  7. MyName says:

    Looks great!

    Also, thanks for making this website a lot faster. It used to be nearly unusable within my browser (chrome – scrolling was terribly slow) and it’s much better now.

  8. MxD says:

    Beautiful pictures, beautiful pure colors. Great ! Bravo !

  9. blendercomp says:

    whoa!!!!!
    I find it hard to believe how much most shots improved in the course of the project!!!
    I don’t know what you guys did but whatever it was that was it did the trick! :)
    Once again: Hats off to the whole team

  10. Joost Bouwer says:

    Hi Guys!

    Could you please post another update??? So curious!

  11. Princpal Dondalinger says:

    Great work! You really upped the ante from your last film

  12. I’m totally AMAZED!!
    The “merging” scene is beautiful and the last one inspire one question:
    And now? what’s gonna happen?
    I really wish you to have the cards for a long, detailed and splendid film. See you Merlins ! :)

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