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Velda's Vision


Velda's Vision is a modeling demo reel created by Thomas Hernandez that brings to the spectator, the fantastic world of witchcraft. It is settled in the core of an ancient dark forest, in a old and hidden hut, where all the magic is crafted for the protection of this dimension against the darkness.

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Autodesk Softimage 2014: ICE Overrides
28-Mar-2013 | Projects
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Autodesk Mudbox 2014: Advanced Retopology Tools
28-Mar-2013 | Projects
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Autodesk 3ds Max 2014: Viewport Pan and Zoom
28-Mar-2013 | Projects
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Autodesk Maya 2014: Node Editor Enhancements
28-Mar-2013 | Projects
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Buick Encore TV Spot
26-Mar-2013 | Projects
When the Buick Encore hits the airwaves with its first TV spot, it will make a big statement about being small, thanks to an assist by way of computer graphics. Tippett Studio of Berkeley, California, ...
Faceware: Expression Sets of Retargeter 4
21-Mar-2013 | Projects
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Faceware: AutoSolve Feature within Retargeter 4
21-Mar-2013 | Projects
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X Games 2013 ESPN Anthem
22-Feb-2013 | Projects
Elastic Director and Rock Paper Scissors Editor Angus Wall helped ESPN get ready for X Games 2013 with a high-energy 60-second video. VFX studio a52 added the spot’s kaleidoscopic effects, putting the ...
Fix It In Post
20-Feb-2013 | Projects
Autodesk recently created a humorous, action-packed short film to showcase the capabilities of its Smoke 2013 video editing and visual effects software. Fix It In Post follows an actor throughout a ty ...
MPC Teams Up With Spike Lee
31-Jan-2013 | Projects
MPC recently collaborated with Spike Lee and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners on a trio of NBA spots featuring Clippers point guard Chris Paul and New York Knicks legend Bernard King.
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