Monday, August 21, 2006

people

How very interesting, youtube allows adding videos to your blog... well... I'm very new to this, but here's my first go at it.

This is my "people" clip, originally made to showcase displacement, animation and what one can do with it featuring two pieces of software: pixologic's Zbrush and pmG's messiah:Studio.

More so, however, I felt that it was a fantastic opportunity to go beyond the technological aspect and make it into something a little more useful as inspiration!

6 Comments:

Blogger Carlo Macchiavello said...

Nice thing, any chance to see all your production?
i remember to see very amazing video behind you at zbrush conference (on video, unlucky it was to far from italy to come in usa), and i'm so curious to see it.
have a nice night big T
Carletto

10:56 AM  
Blogger OilPanic said...

Hi Tarom

Remember me? Your old danish website host :)

Hope things are well.

Best regards

Mads

2:41 PM  
Blogger david maas said...

So.... you're earth!!!
Cool stuff. Have you seen the artificial actor thing here at the AKA? http://research.animationsinstitut.de/
Tried to convince Volker of the merits of your morphing approach.

1:09 PM  
Blogger Taron said...

Hey Mads! How are you doing! "Tarom"?! Haha...of all people, you should know my name, hihi. I'm just teasing.

How are you? What ever happened to the...hmm...I actually forgot what it was called. The logo you always wanted me to make...anyway.

I'm still grateful for your support back then! I hope you're doing well!

All the Best,

Taron

2:24 PM  
Blogger Taron said...

Hey David,

haha, Christoph Biehn is one of my closest friends, pretty funny you sent me a link to his old work, haha. Curious.

I havn't looked at any new stuff from them. I don't even know what Volker has done with the character I once did for them...it was an old woman with loads of Zbrushing. Well, anyway, I remember that they couldn't quite adjust to all the 'new' ideas, haha...ah well. I think they
re using all Maya there, which is not as beautifully pleasant as in messiah:Studio, so I can't blame them. ;)

2:29 PM  
Blogger Gabriel Olson said...

Wicked! I am relatively new to the zBrush scene and am loving the program more and more everyday. Outstanding animation!

1:21 PM  

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