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ffieser
05-14-2009, 08:17 PM
Link:
http://www.reformdesign.com/2Face_web/index.html

http://www.reformdesign.com/2Face_web/Banner.jpg

Main Link:
http://www.reformdesign.com/2Face_web/index.html

Mirror Site:
http://dbwstudios.com/2Face_web/index.html


The Two-Face demo project was completed to both experiment with some semi-complex matchmoving, and a practice piece with Nuke. Originally there was never any real intention of cutting this trailer type project. We just wanted to experiment with the visual effects tools in order to complete this task entirely as a digital piece.

In retospect, being vein and making the decision not to shave my head and/or icorporating some amount of make-up or prosthetic, was not the wisest choice.

Enjoy
-F

wesleygh
05-14-2009, 08:24 PM
Turned out really nice. Great job Frank and awesome model/anim/textures Tim.

I know you guys worked for a long time on this and it turned out very nicely.

FrizzleFry0
05-14-2009, 08:31 PM
Looks like everything turned out pretty well. Congratulations Frank and Tim on all the hard work you guys put in it. Look forward to seeing the next project. :beer:

BrianWhitehurst
05-14-2009, 08:58 PM
Excellent work!
I had to loop and scrub this work to see each frame.
I am intrigued with the complexity.
Even when I wanted to look away I could not.
More, I want more.
What I did want to see was a nasty luggie dripping from that open flesh. lol

Thanks for sharing,
Brian

PFlores
05-14-2009, 10:03 PM
Great Job guys!! It's great to see the hard work and determination that you guys put into perfecting your craft. Congrats!!

Jeremydjutras
05-14-2009, 11:15 PM
Frank and Tim
Cool project. I thought I recognized half of that guy. Seriously, I clicked the link not even knowing it was Full Sail work, what a treat! Just the CG eye placement bugs me a little but everything else is pretty sweet.
-Jeremy Jutras

ffieser
05-15-2009, 05:13 PM
Thanks everyone for the feedback. Highly appreciated.

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