CG|VFX reel 2015 from Denis Kozlov on Vimeo.
My reels tend to become shorter and shorter. Here goes the new one – a generalist's reel again, so I have to take the blame for most of non live action pixels – both CG and compositing. With only a couple of exceptions, the work has been done in Houdini and Fusion predominantly. Below follows a breakdown describing my role and approach for each shot.
|Keying and compositing live action plates and elements.|
|A bit reworked sequence from a spot for Czech Technical University that I've directed in 2014. Most visual elements are own work, Houdini and Fusion. More details on the original spot are at http://www.the-working-man.org/2014/03/ctus-faculty-of-mechanical-engineering.html|
|A TV commercial demo: particles and compositing in Fusion. Production and a magic coal ball by Denis Kosar.|
|A little piece utilizing the same particles technique as in the previous shot. This time all visual elements are own work.|
|Set extension for a scene from Giuseppe Tornatore's Baaria. I used Syntheyes for 3D-tracking and XSI for lighting/rendering of the street model (provided by the client). Composited in Fusion.|
|Keying/compositing for another shot from the same film.|
|And yet another compositing shot from few years back.|
Last, but not least is the music:
"Black Vortex" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
And if you've made it till here, you might also find interesting my previous post on procedural modeling. And of course for those interested in cooperation, the email link is at the top of the page.