Monster mayhem: Pacific Rim It’s not hard to see why the prospect of ILM creating giant monsters versus giant robots for Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim was something many filmgoers were hungry to see. Perhaps aware of that anticipation, and knowing the challenges that lay ahead in realizing the enormous ‘Kaiju’ versus ‘Jaegers’ fights on screen, the studio retooled many elements of its effects pipeline for the show, including simulation, lighting and rendering. For even more in-depth discussion of ILM’s VFX for Pacific Rim, check out Mike Seymour’s video interviews recorded at the studio in our fxguidetv ep. “The battle scenes that we tackled are all quite complex in just the recipe that is required to make a shot,” notes senior ILM visual effects supervisor, and now chief creative officer, John Knoll, “so when we’re in the ocean, there’s the robot and the monster and it’s raining, with rain striking the creature, being flung off the creature and cascades of water. We explore ILM’s work for Pacific Rim.
Experimental Css design 100 Amazing Futuristic Design Concepts We Wish Were Real Concept designers are also referred to as “visual futurists”. These concept designs may not be on the market yet, but they can still inspire you to create something just as futuristic and exciting online. The designs may be impractical in some cases, but the idea is to put the concept out to the world to see how it evolves and grows. Remember that these are all just conceptual, you can’t buy them yet! With that said, here you have 100 amazing futuristic design concepts that will make you crave more. 1. This is an elegant concept created by designer D.K. 2. This concept design was inspired by the curves and tapering of the Macbook Air coupled with the look of an iPod Touch. 3. iPhone 4G Concept This fantasy iPhone mimics both the look of Mac OS/X and the aluminum case of a MacBook Pro. 4. Created by designer Norio Fujikawa. 5. This watch tells time in an extraordinary way. 6. 7. Designer Balykin Pavel tells the time with digital sand in this Reddot Design Award winner for 2006. 8. 9. 10. 11.
My empty pool Cute Indie Clothing & Unique Clothes Bear concepts - Silly Beast Illustration Concepts for a project that never made it. All work is copyrighted. Macro Photography and 22 Colorful Example Macro photography is close-up photography. The classical definition is that the image projected on the “film plane” is close to the same size as the subject. Lenses designed for macro are usually at their sharpest at macro focus distances and are not quite as sharp at other focus distances. In recent years, the term macro has been used in marketing material to mean being able to focus on a subject close enough so that when a regular 6×4 inch (15×10 cm) print is made, the image is life-size or larger. Enjoy this 22 colorful macro shots. If you enjoyed reading this article, please check out other related articles below: Greater Benefits Of Web 3.0 In Web Designing 13 Photos taken during a week vacation 35 Action Filled Photos Orphicpixel @ #Omantwestival Freebies: 19 Bokeh Hi-Res Photos Knowledge Oman Wallpaper Submission[UPDATED] Isang’s wrath Touched down Home sweet home Behind the black canvas
April 2012 Bryant's portfolio on CGHub. Keywords: concept robots mech mechanical japanese style anime concept art by professionall conceptartist bryant koshu 10 Minimal Website Design and Ideas Some websites opt to have a complex look with lots of graphics and text. It does look attractive and are also effective. But some designers and website owners would choose to have a simple website. They are thinking that in this manner they could deliver information more effectively. There is truth to that statement. A minimal web design can certainly achieve that goal while retaining creativity. It is indeed impressive how designers make use of minimalism but still make the website effective. 1. Instead of complicated web designs, you might want to use a design with wide negative spaces. David Hutton View Site Pixel Craft View Site 2. This is indeed simple for you wouldn’t see any images or other stuff but merely text for its navigation bars. Martha Kelly View Site Toy NY View Site 3. Many minimalists make use of gray in their designs. Coroprate Risk Watch View Site My Favorite Thing View Site 4. You really don’t have to use so many colors in your design. Theme Magazine View Site View Site 5. Finch
How To Make Photoshop Cartoons In About One Minute It’s become an internet cliché—”cartoonify yourself!” But given a few moments in Photoshop, you can cut out the middleman and turn one of your own photos into a surprisingly nice photo filter cartoon. C’mon, you know you have a minute. While some photos will work better than others, it’s possible to turn just about any photo into a “cartoon” image with cool lineart and bright, smooth colors. Turning A Simple Photo Into A Photo Filter Cartoon We’ll need to start with a high resolution image of a person with good details and fairly flat skin tones. Duplicate your background layer by right clicking in the layers panel. Navigate to Filters > Blur > Smart Blur. This will reduce the skin textures and smooth our your image, which will be important later. A quick levels adjustment (Ctrl + L) can help push contrast and make your image work better as a cartoon. Once your levels are finished, make a duplicate copy of that layer by right clicking and selecting “Duplicate.”
The Art & Artistry of Richard Amsel (1947-1985): Album Covers The Divine Miss M (2) 1972 Acrylic and colored pencils on board 15 x 14 1/2 in. One of Amsel's most famous and popular pieces. One of the challenges I've had with this site is trying to find sharp, high quality images that best represent Amsel's work. Take, for example, these two images of THE DIVINE MISS M album cover illustration. DSNG'S SCI FI MEGAVERSE :: CATSUKA ::