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SBadea
10-11-2011, 09:14 PM
Hi all!

Here's our latest Vestel commercial we just finished at unexpected (http://forums.cgsociety.org/www.unexpected.de)!

Vimeo link to the spot:

http://vimeo.com/30063812

Vimeo link to the Making-of:

http://vimeo.com/30122461

We really hope you enjoy!


"Not far off the Somali coast one of the big Vestel cargo vessels is taken over by pirates! Within a split of a second the ship has a new captain, the soup is gone as well as the cargo itself. Will our Vestrons be able to strike back?"

http://www.sbadea.com/Vestel%20Somalia/umguck.jpg

Pirates discovering that the cargo boxes are empty...

http://www.sbadea.com/Vestel%20Somalia/Vorher_Nachher_01.jpg

... because all the white goods they were looking for, actually climbed out as pretty big robots.
(left: original shot plate; right: final film-still)

http://www.sbadea.com/Vestel%20Somalia/Vorher_Nachher_03.jpg

The pirates are taking over the ship!
(left: original shot plate; right: final film-still)

http://www.sbadea.com/Vestel%20Somalia/Vorher_Nachher_02.jpg

After rescuing the ship and it's whole crew, the robots are vanishing again into their cargo boxes.
(left: original shot plate with XSens MVN motion capture system ; right: final film-still)

http://www.sbadea.com/Vestel%20Somalia/Shipcrews.jpg

The boat unit is leaving the harbor in Istanbul.

http://www.sbadea.com/Vestel%20Somalia/steadicam.jpg

Steadycam run: the pirates are entering the ship.


Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Istanbul
Director: Alex & Steffen
DoP: Simon Coull
Production: DEPOfilm, Istanbul
Postproduction: Unexpected GmbH, Stuttgart
VFX Supervisor: Alex & Steffen
Lead 3D Artists: Sebastian Badea, Jörg Häberle, Alexander Kiesl, Harun Celebi, Stefan Kleindienst, Oliver Vogel, Casper Wermuth, Daniel Blöcher
Lead 2D Artists: Claus Rudolph, Steffen Hacker, Peter Egeberg, Manuel Rivoir, Josua Stäbler
Music by: schnack. music manufacture, Stuttgart

Tulkas
10-18-2011, 01:51 PM
Not a single reply though.

obiwandk
10-19-2011, 06:18 AM
just saw the shot, and i laughed. it was great :)
a great job done.

Mr-Evil-studio
10-19-2011, 07:38 AM
amazing work i like it very very much :applause:

SBadea
10-26-2011, 02:25 PM
Thanks you two guys, for the good feedback! It was really fun doing this one... ok, except the crowd-shots. A shot with 200 characters, doesn't multiply the fun animating by 200, does it?

@Harun: Yeah... I expected more posts myself and started wondering: did people just get lazy posting, or did I just put my thread in the wrong sub-forum? ;)

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