TARS and CASE – Interstellar [Behind the scenes]

This is acting and puppetry at its best.

This is the story of TARS and CASE.. and how a Bill Irvin (who turns out to be an excellent puppeteer) and a team of physical vfx and cg artists brought them to life.

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TIE Fighter – short film

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Animator Paul Johnson (aka “OtaKing”) spent countless nights and weekends over a four year period creating this epic Star Wars fan film, drawn in the style of 1980s anime

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Robo Slug

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A friend gave me this cool robotic toy slug creature.. I decided to mood it.. 

Added the fins and a custom paint job. Used acrylics and a “not so fine” brush for the paint and cardboard for the fins

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Cats with Smoothie 3D

These models were created in a web browser using single photographs
To try out this tool, open a new tab and go to smoothie-3d.com and then follow along with one of the videos below.

Cat Sitting:
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    Cat Sitting
    by Chaitanya Krishnan
    on Sketchfab


Grey Cat:
Heres a video of the process.. 


Heres the final model:

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Leviathan Teaser


Director Ruairi Robinson (Blinky) created this epic proof of concept for a science fiction film which involves battling giant worms, as mankind harvests its eggs to enable faster-than-light travel.

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Red Betta – Siamese Fighters

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Red Betta by chaitanyak on DeviantArt

Phone sketch.. Betta.. commonly known as Siamese Fighters. In real life, its actually impossible to keep three of them like this composition.. they’d rip each other apart. Drawn on my phone from various references

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