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Cogliostros
03-01-2005, 11:20 PM
from Tippett Studio,

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Press Forum Invitation: Tippett Lead Compositors for Constantine
Tippett Studio was one of several visual effects houses that worked on this film. They were responsible for 207 shots, many of which contained complex atmospheric effects, as well as traditional character animation. These two compositing leads helped control and masterfully define looks and techniques which would be used during post-production.

Dan Cayer: I supervised the compositing of a number of sequences for Tippett Studio on "Constantine", including the Exorcisms and Seplavites Attack sequence. I've been working on features for almost 5 years with my first show being right here at Tippett on "Evolution". Prior to that I had done some 2d and 3d work for an independent film, museum exhibit, and a court case, but was for the most part hired out of school. While here at Tippett I've worked on 9 features and about 8 commercials. "Matrix Revolutions" was the first show that I was given the opportunity to lead on, and "Constantine" was my second.

Matt Jacobs: I was a lead compositor on "Constantine" for the Hell Freeway and Vermin Man sequences. I have been with Tippett Studio for 7 years working on a number of films in many capacities. Coming to film from a background in photography, I initially worked as a rotoscope and 2d paint artist. Having composited on several shows I was given my first opportunity as lead compositor on "Men In Black 2", then later on "Matrix: Revolutions."

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