itaki teams up with RiTE Media again for a virtual production showcase. The final piece was includes over an hour of mocap fed into Unreal and then composited on live footage in Nuke. For this job we had to marry mocap takes with dialog takes. Then import tracked cameras from our miniature sets and light our avatar. Finally we’d export an Unreal render to be finally composited in Nuke.
Itaki Design joined MOD and Chris Nalesnik to knock out a music video for Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar. We had the task of creating several different worlds for them to live in. We used a ton of camera tracking and the use of a lot of 3D cards in Nuke to bring all the elements together.
CoolCoolCool was commissioned to produce a “get out the vote” spot by the New Georgia Project. They brought us in to do the post. We decided to go with an early 80’s ESPN vibe. We edited the spot and then created early 80’s style graphics. Then completed the spot by wrapping the whole thing up in a CRT effect.
We Augmented a few shots for a Winn Dixie spot. Mostly adding festive frosty fog which included a bit of camera tracking and volumetrics.
CoolCoolCool productions produced a call your senator PSA. We handled all the post including, editing, VFX, Color correction and sound design.
We were asked to create a magical visual interface for the Veterans Administration’s Health Connect program. We did some 3D camera tracking, added the graphic elements and created the connection effect.
Raymond Carr of Ninja Puppet is making a kids movie where some kids find a crashed spaceship and take it out on some crazy adventures. He asked me to produce a few shots for his feature pilot. He shot the model ship on green and needed it composited into a background photo he had. We blew out the photo into 3D (see below) and produced a bunch of elements to bring the ship to life.
Find out more information check out his Seed&Spark campaign.
The Georgia Lotto was giving away Mercedes Benz’s so they needed a set that was a bright, elegant and polished as the cars. We created a fake neon sign to reflect on the cars as well as built out a bunch of elements for the set itself. Then we composited the elements in Nuke to output realistic looking set pieces complete with reflections and lighting effects.
In preparation for building a led volume, RiTE Media created a short film using rear projection and their bolt. First we recorded the camera move. Then we animated the background in C4D. We then played back the rendered clip on the rear projection screen giving the illusion that the set is much bigger than it really is.
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