Interviews

Making an artistic short film with CINEMA4D
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I really liked the short film Porcelain by Erik Andersson as soon as I saw it. Great use of music, particle effects and lighting. I’ve manage ask the creator the reasons behind the short film.

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Rendering Warhammer in real-time with Cryengine
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I’m if you’ve seen the The Lord Inquisitor – “Grey Knights” teaser you were impressed with the production quality of the fan made film and was a tiny bit curious of how it was put together. I’ve manage to get an interview with Erasmus Brosdau, the German based creator and director of the teaser.

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Ignyte – Leif Petersen
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Ignyte are a brilliant production studio based in Munich who have created some absolutely impressive pieces of work. I’ve managed to get an interview with the owner of the studio Leif Petersen.

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Take On An Idea – Fredrik Kasperi

I don’t know if you’ve seen the short film Take On An Idea but it’s a very impressive short film put together by Swedish artist Fredrik Kasperi. Here’s an interview to find out why and how he put it together.

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Uniform – Nick Bentley

I’m sure you’re enjoying the work of Uniform – but it’s always good to know a bit about the company and how it came together. What better way to do that than to get an interview with the co-founder and Creative Director of Visualisations Nick Bentley

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Saddington Baynes – James Digby-Jones

It’s been a while since we’ve done had an interview, but this one was definitely worth the wait. We’ve managed to grab an interview with James Digby-Jones, who happens to be the executive Creative Director and co-owner of Saddington Baynes.

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Playgrounds Fest 2012 Main Titles – Interview

I know it’s been a while since we’ve done one of these interviews but, let’s just say we’ve been busy. Very busy. Anyway I quite excited with this interview. I don’t know if you saw this amazing video but the team that put this together (Jordi Pagès, Gabor Ekes and MRK) were all remote, how cool is that. Let’s find out how they did it.

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