Added the end credit music to the soundtrack as well as using the main theme 'sting' at the end of the stabbing scene. Uploaded a draft version for the director to view on Vimeo. Now await her comments.
Every time I come back to these I seem to be able to improve on them! This time I was asked to re-create an RBS Resolve Visa Debit Card in an upright position. Taking my existing workflow for the upright versions, I replaced the existing lighting with Greyscale Gorilla's Light Set Ups, used the new Physical Renderer in C4D R13 along with the new Physical Fresnel on the reflected surfaces such as the 'chrome' numbers and the overall face of the card. Used a 'window' gobo on the lights to get just a hint of a reflection on the card and by matching the background colour the Creative Agency was using on the DL flyer, introduced some of that colour on the 'chrome' numbers for a more realistic feel to it. Repositioned the card and used a new Physical Camera set up with an 85mm lens to get a better perspective view. Really pleased with this - much better that the original versions I have done which are all over natwest.com and rbs.co.uk!
Probably means I now need to re work the whole back catalogue again ! :)
Created a simple banner for a wedding reception. Brief was gold and lilies. Client extremely happy!
The main theme tune, and the chase 'pulse' theme added to the soundtrack.
Levels adjusted for the stabbing scene. Starting to really come together. Soundtrack Pro and FCPro 7 working well together.
Incidental music for the stabbing scene now in place. The levels need a bit a tweaking but a combination of royalty free tracks supplied by the director and some loops from Soundtrack Pro really work well.
Next up the main theme ....
Met with Laura (Fragile's Director) to discuss incidental music. She has found some great royalty free horror style samples which will work very well.
Looking forward to getting back on it this week an bringing it all to life.
Poster commission for 'Falls Awareness Week'. Simple concept of UK road sign with man slipping on banana. Road sign built in Cinema 4D with slight reflections composited onto real life picture of urban street - lots of depth of field. Poster will be A1 so rendered sign at 96dpi but exact pixel dimension. Keeps render time and file size down. Should be finished this Saturday.