|Example of some of my CG work|
Well after a long 5 months at the beginning of the year, We finally wrapped Man of Steel. This was a really fun film to work on and I am happy to see all of the good reviews. Even though this film kicked my ass towards the end when pulling 12 hour days for the last 2 months, all of the good reviews seem to have paid off.
SPOILER ALERT (do not read if you haven't seen the film)...
I finalled about 50 shots on this film and worked on about 70 (meaning I helped out other people with theirs or I started some and had them finished by other people when I had no time). The most memorable moment I have from working on this show has to be one of my fight scene shots that I worked on for 3 weeks. The one in Smallville where Nam'Ek is slamming Superman around like a rag doll and kicks him strait into a mean clothesline delivered by Faora. This was a mean 250 frame shot with a lot of dust kick-ups, bad character holdout alphas, and just a whole lot of layers in a million mile high Nuke script.
Another one of my favorite shots to work on was Superman first learning how to fly and zigzagging his way through the canyon and up through the rock loop. This was a great rollercoaster of a shot to work on and I know it's a lot of fun for other people to watch as well.
Aside from those, I worked on a lot of high action scenes and a lot of sit around scenes with, mostly including Zod and his 100% digital armor.
So yeah, if you haven't seen this film yet, go see it, and if you have, I hope you enjoyed it and hope that you see it multiple times to find the little easter eggs that connect with other hints from the DC universe. Thank you everybody for the support, and I know my posts have been minimal, but working on stuff like this takes up my entire life. One day I will start posting again.