This fun holiday adventure for Target's "Wonderpacks" was done at Flavor in Santa Monica.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Posted by JC at 7:11 AM
Friday, October 30, 2015
This project was a great opportunity to blend 2 of my favorite things, CG and racing. It was done at A52 over the course of just over 4 months. Directed by Michael Spiccia. We shot the 2017 Ford GT on a gimbal, and tracked it into our cg worlds for some shots, while some were full cg. I supervised the shoot, led the CG team of 20+ artists, and did some car animation and fx work on this.
Posted by JC at 6:39 AM
Monday, June 1, 2015
GE: Time Upon a Once was a fun project where we got to be creative with our set extensions and fx. The force perspective was a unique challenge that had some interesting looking maya scenes at any other camera angle. I supervised the cg team and animated the flying trash in the lab using dynamics.
Posted by JC at 6:46 AM
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Taco Bell: Routine Republic was more of a short film than a commercial directed by Michael Spiccia. We had to create a guard tower and slide, a statue, and a great wall. We also made a lot of cold weather communist style clothing to use in Massive for the crowd simulation. About 25 shots of cg was done in just over a week. I supervised the team of about 15 cg artists, and did crowd simulation in 1 shot.
Posted by JC at 7:15 AM
Friday, April 10, 2015
Settle the Score was a promotional campaign for the US Women's World Cup Team for Fox Sports. 2 different stadiums were created and filled with soccer fans. I was responsible for the Massive crowd simulations for each of the stadiums. In the end, they eventually won the World Cup.
Posted by JC at 7:29 AM
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Tupac Shakur's poem, "The Rose that Grew from the Concrete" is featured in this Powerade commercial, with Derrick Rose. It was shot on a day where the basketball court was not installed, so we created it. We also tracked in Powerade bottles through out the spot. I was the CG Lead on this project.
Posted by JC at 7:53 AM