Thu, 15 Jan 2015 16:01:32 GMT
When Nike, Inc. asked Ground Control directors Motiphe to create a visually striking film for their Aeroloft technology, their first port of call was Glassworks.
Each of Glassworks' different offices have completed a recent series of creatively and technically challenging films for Nike, using high-end CG in varied ways.
Whether it’s been the macro-scale cgi created for Aeroloft and Tiempo, or the energetic animation of The Last Game and Zig Zag, challenges have been set and then surpassed, always delivering work distinct to the Nike brand at the very highest of standards.
Motiphe’s brief was to create a film combining live-action with photo-real macro CG in an unusual way. It would use a graphic editing style to bring these worlds together, immersing the viewer in a sensory experience.
Using a series of graphic techniques, from silhouettes to strobing, the foundations were built to showcase Aeroloft in an abstract, hyper realistic way. Juxtaposing the slick graphic style with graceful CG melting snowflakes and emerging feathers, the CG is used to visualise the move from cold to warmth.
The result is beautiful CG working seamlessly (no pun intended) with live action, as the garment itself becomes the vehicle for bringing these two worlds together.
Post Production Company: Glassworks
Production Company: Ground Control
Genres: Visual VFX
Categories: Clothing and Fashion, SportswearGlassworks, Thu, 15 Jan 2015 16:01:32 GMT