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Kaktus Film
01-26-2005, 11:58 AM
Hi all!
This is something we here at Kaktus Film have been working on for this christmas. It is this years big campaign for Coca Cola and was shown throughout Scandinavia. The film was created by five people in about three months. Hope you enjoy it.

Cheers!

Click here to see the commercial (http://www.kaktusfilm.com/projects/project_CC_tournament/CC_Tournament_40.mov) [.mov / 16 MB]


Here are some still images from the project:
http://www.kaktusfilm.com/demos/CC_Tournament_Poster.jpg

http://www.kaktusfilm.com/demos/CC_Tournament_01.jpg

http://www.kaktusfilm.com/demos/CC_Tournament_02.jpg


Software used
Modeling: Maya, Lightwave & 3ds Max
Setup & Animation: 3ds Max
Rendering: 3ds Max + Brazil R/S
Compositing: Combustion

okkio
01-26-2005, 10:00 PM
That's a nice spot guys. The lighting is great, the models are cute, the set design is also really well done. The character animation good, though is pobably the weakest point in the spot. A few poses/ movements seem just a little unatural, and at the end when they turn and walk back to thier set, the turn and walk animation looks unatural.

I'm being quite picky though. On the whole, great work!

Chagidiel
02-08-2005, 09:14 PM
Sorry but I just think I have to bump this!

I worked on this project, mostly with character animation in fact, and I must admitt that I agree with you okkio. The animation is not alltogether 100% convincing, and if something is the weakest point I would sign on it being this.

But this was quite a large project and as also pointed out has many other qualities in lighting and modeling etc. I just think it is worth some more attention :)


Thanks for your comment okkio.

mattmos
02-11-2005, 01:21 PM
I thought this was a really nice spot, the animation was really rather good until that last turn where the weight is slightly off, but overall it's a quality piece of work, congrats to all involved. Definitely deserves a little more attention :)

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