Hi guys, here is our latest Pac Man tribute video. This time i used some footage i took while i was in Hong Kong last year. I used our new DJI Osmo Plus that allows you to film in a really steady and smooth way while you are walking or running. My intention was only to test my new gear… Read more →
here we are again with another funny Vfx Video inspired to the great Arcade World of the 80’s! Pac Man, yes …. again him but, this time, not him alone. No spoiler here but let me tell you that we worked 3 weeks modeling, animating and filming this our latest short and that’s a lot of funny stuff to wacth 🙂
And, by the way, thanks a lot guys for following us and subscribing our channel. Day by day we are growing up and we are so happy and proud to see more comments to our videos! Continue like this… we are already working on the next one 🙂
Also, a BTS (behind the scenes) is on its way to be posted for those who are interested in knowing little bit more about how we made our videos.
no special Vfx this time, no 3D animation, tracking or simulation in Blender, no render time 🙂 Only a lemon, some eggs, breadsticks and a lot of beans! With my Canon EOS 650 in one night when you don’t want to sleep i took some hundreds of photos and then put all together. This is my very first attempt of “stop motion” video, i hope that you will like it !
And… it is also our simple and thankful tribute to Mr. Masaya Nakamura.
A “stop motion” short video dedicated to the greatest Arcade Game ever made! We grew up playing Pac Man, everyone of my generation knows what i am talking about. Those was the good and best games guys! Those were the times…. (sigh!)
Hi guys, welcome back to another video tutorial on Blender 3D. We will show you how we made and animate our Pac Man using a very basic and simple method: Boolean modifier and shape animation. Have fun and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel 🙂 Read more →
Hey guys, here we are with another video made using our favorite 3D Software Blender and our new DJI OSMO Plus. As you can see it’s (another) little tribute to the famous Arcade game from the 80’s. In Blender we tested the 3D tracking process in different shot taken using our Osmo. I ca say it is the first time… Read more →