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  03 March 2008
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Hey there,

This is a quick story about the challenges in concept and production workflow which the team at Seagulls Fly in Brazil tackled for a Volkswagen Ad in the last couple months.
Read their story, click and play the video of the spot onscreen and feel free to comment.


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  03 March 2008
amazing freak work!

Congrats to all of you!!
 
  03 March 2008
This is super fantastic work PaulHellard, I congratulate the team for such a fine masterpiece
 
  03 March 2008
Thumbs up Awesome!

Too sad that is a short ad. I love Seagulls Fly's work! To work with them is one of my dream jobs
Congrats to everyone!
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  03 March 2008
Hey, great work and thanks again to share all this information with us.

Bruno, working with them was also my dream, too bad they are too far from my city.

Cheers!

Flavio
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  03 March 2008
Wow ! Nice Article Paul. Thanks a lot for that. It give's our team the chance to share some nights of work and this is another fun part of the job, to enjoy the results.

There are more Ads comming and already done by SeagullsFly team. We hope to be able to post then as soon as possible...
I like then all and hope you guys will like it too.

We can post more images from Making-of here, cause it's not fitted on the paul's article...
I will arrange that images from the "making-of" and post then here.
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  03 March 2008
Done. Theres is some more "bonus" pictures from the making-of :

http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_00.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_01.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_02.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_03.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_04.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_05.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_06.jpg
http://seagullsfly.com/forum/wv_cgsociety_making_07.jpg

This last image shows the pass for the indoor render of the factory. The strange collored pass, is the incredible NORMAL pass. This able us to change the direction of the key light on the post production, in realtime. Very cool.
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  03 March 2008
The look and feel reminds me of Blue Sky's Robots. The little helper's face reminds me of Bigweld.

-Eric
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  03 March 2008
Awesome! Very cool this Normal pass thing!!
Is possible to do something like this in Blender. What software was used in the composition stage? Cheers!

E dá-lhe Brasil!!
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  03 March 2008
parabens, bem bacana, tinha ouvido falar nesse esquema normal pass e achei que era lenda.
Abrass
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  03 March 2008
Marcelo - WOW !!! Parabéns !

Congratulations to the whole team !


Best regards,
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  03 March 2008
Very cool work!

Thank you for sharing msouza.
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  03 March 2008
fantastic work!
 
  03 March 2008
Nice work!

Hey Paul, the translation is wrong

The first line show read "Welcome to the Fabulouse Volkswagen Factory", not the "Chocolate Factory" LOL That another one... Mr Wompa is in the house!

Take care my friends,

Ricardo Garcês
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  03 March 2008
Originally Posted by PiXeL_MoNKeY: The look and feel reminds me of Blue Sky's Robots. The little helper's face reminds me of Bigweld.

-Eric



From the posted article:
Quote: Luis Carone brought some references from the animated film ‘Robots’ by Blue Sky Studios. That was one of the first references in terms of look, shading, mood, (without the rusty parts of course). The main breakthrough was made with the Big Weld Factory in mind.
 
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