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Jan. 22 2010 - 9:01 pm | 3,017 views | 0 recommendations | 1 comment

Video: The Third and the Seventh

You may not believe it after you see it, but everything in this 12-minute film was computer-generated. Absolutely everything.

And even more amazing: it was all done by one person, using off-the-shelf software and hardware to define a new state of the art for realistic CGI.

If you’re skeptical that the whole thing took place entirely on a computer’s hard drive, here’s how filmmaker Alex Roman did it.

Compositing Breakdown (T&S)

Exeter Shot — Making Of


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