Diet Pepsi 'After Hours', Redrover Animation Studios Ltd. (3D)


#1

Title: Diet Pepsi ‘After Hours’
Name: Richard Rosenman
Country: Canada
Software: 3ds max combustion Photoshop VRay
Submitted: 14th March 2005

Diet Pepsi “After Hours” is a 30-second, fully computer generated commercial recently produced for showcase during the 2005 Academy Awards on American broadcast stations. It was completed in about one and half months, with a crew of about 8 core artists at Redrover Animation Studios Ltd.












Please click here to be taken to the Diet Pepsi “After Hours” project page.

Client: Pepsi
Agency: DDB New York
DDB Creative Directors: Seth Fried, Michael Vitello
DDB Producer: Anthony Curti
Animation Production Company: Redrover Animation Studios Ltd.
Directors: Richard Rosenman, Andy Knight
Producer: Randi Yaffa
Line Producer: Chris Stewart, Christina Helmer
Compositor: Brad Husband
Editor: Scott Buscis
Music: The Ramones, “Blitzkrieg Bop”
Sound: Sound Lounge
Character Modeling/Rigging: Ben Pilgrim
Environmental/Prop Modeling/Texturing: Chris Crozier, Mike Oliver
Environmental/Prop Texturing Assistance: Rob Jones
Glass Modeling/Simulation: Mike Oliver
Lead Animation: Kyle Dunlevy
Animation: Matt Kowaliszyn, Steve Wittmann
Art Direction/Lighting/Rendering: Richard Rosenman
Rendering Assistance: Mike Oliver
Studio Troublemaker: Bondi

-Richard

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#2

WOW I just simply love this!!!
always liked this kinda commercial…
talking and dancing drinks or chocolate… just make me drool all over the place…
I love the animation… it’s very happy~!!!
I like rendering too… It’s really good…

It’s going into my collection :wink:

WOW again I read the article about it on the website… It’s really good…
I love it!!! five stars from me~~!!!


#3

Love da Work…Specially close up shots…G8 going Dude:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
…Love the Add but hate da taste of pepsi …2 sweet.yak!

GoodDay
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#4

This is soooo professional. I really like the reflictions on the cans.
really cool.


#5

Amazing work, very impressive, but why do the pepsi can textures look a bit low res, it is because of the depth of field camera blur or the motion blur?


#6
  • You’ve done a great job.
    • I really like the cans and the bottles.
  • The animation is great!
  • I think that the glass could use a little work though, the broken parts look a little too perfect.

#7

Wow, a superb job by the Redrover crew.


#8

cool animation! hehe, havent seen any dancing and jumping animations lately.

i was wondering, did the director wanted the glass shards removed on the final shot?:slight_smile:

i hope they wont burst when somebody buys and opens one of them in the morning.:bounce:

great job by the way!


#9

Nice ad!!

This would be a good piece to show animation students. A great demonstration of getting life into a simple character…and they dont come much more simple than a can of refreshing pepsi.

This one gets saved for future viewings.

Cheers.


#10

Really nice work! Great characterisation, lighting and rendering. Bit cheeky blatantly using other brands as the old/moany people :twisted:

P.S. Richard, if you’re reading this, thansk a mill for the photoshop stuff, I’m still using some of those filters regularly :slight_smile:


#11

I saw this on tv and was wondering who did it. Awesome job!:thumbsup:


#12

simply awespiring! i may never look at a pepsi can the same way as i did before…(although i still prefer coke.)


#13

Brilliant, haha, but coca cola in a pepsi advert :hmm:


#14

yea, the rendering just perfect. very well done.


#15

yup, i think i seen that on tv, or soemthing close to that on tv ad. was about 2 weeks ago.

very nice job. looks fun.

Maybe a bit funnie to see a another can try to jump of of the window and cant brake the window and falls back down. or maybe not hehe


#16

Awesome, what we all aspire too! Congrates.

-S


#17

wow,this is realy good,nice piece of work.
the rendering and lightings are perfect,as usual :bowdown: :bowdown: :thumbsup:


#18

Astonishing. Again !


#19

very nice.


#20

I didn’t want to write anything before watching the movie. Well, it’s just like I suspected: AWESOME!:buttrock:

Congrats!