Entries are now being invited for AEAF Awards, an international competition and screening, now in its 17th year with entries from around the world. AEAF Awards Entry Form
Entries are now invited for the following categories:
Commercials Animation - Commercials VFX - Feature Films Animation - Feature Films VFX -
Web Viral - Titles / Openers - Idents & Stings - Short Film - Music Video - TV Series -
Flash Animation - Student - Games Cinematics - Education & Training
DEADLINE 3 June 2013
Once Framestore decided on performance capture for the Cyclops in ‘Wrath of the Titans’, they invested time into overcoming mocap’s typical shortcoming through planning and previs.
Among the many Australian winners at the AEAF Awards Screening on 24 July were Brisbane’s Altvfx, Sixty40 and Digital Pulse in Sydney and Oh Yeah Wow from Melbourne. The number and quality of entries in the Feature Film VFX category sparked a new Gold, Silver and Bronze system for winners, recognising MPC, Weta and Cinesite.
AEAF has received fantastic entries this year in all categories, resulting in a line-up of finalists you
should not miss at the Awards Screening, 24 July. Feature Film VFX is among the top categories.
AEAF Awards 2012 Finalists have been selected.
Rotor Studios has been working on their own special approach to animated CG car commercials as demonstrated in these three spots for Toyota and Lexus.
In a commercial for Johnnie Walker, Director Peter Thwaites and The Mill NY make historic Sugar
Loaf Mountain rock move the earth outside Rio, in the form of a lumbering giant.
MPC has put their skill in photo-real compositing and integration to work making viewers
believe in impossible stunts and events in TVCs for Avios and PlayStation Vita.
Resin translated the existing art direction for Thoroughbred Racing SA into motion
for a TVC with Agency KWP. Their main challenge was the heroes themselves,
AEAF Entry MPC tackled a scope of work on 'Wrath of the Titans' that included the film's opening Dream Sequence, the Chimera attack and the final battle with Kronos.
|View the latest entries to AEAF Online Festival|
|Halo 4 - Sunny Eggs Queensland - Darksiders 2 TVC - A Cautionary Tail - Lexus RX|
|Ghosts of Pere Lachaise - TRSA - Neverwinter - Bulleit Bourbon - GLM for Lee|
|Wrath of the Titans - The Avengers - The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Fruit NInja - FSM Hyundai|
AEAF Entry Resin developed a concept for the branding commercial for the Adelaide Festival 2012
taking inspiration from the company's logo and using refracted light.
AEAF Entry Framestore created an astonishing progression of complex, invisible visual effects for over 50
scenes in an Axe TV commercial with director Tom Kuntz at MIZ.
AEAF Entry Working in HD in Flash meant that Media World Pictures' designers could add more detail and texture to the 'Dogstar 2' series than is typical in a Flash animated series.
AEAF ENTRY Method Studios has followed their previous Halo spot with ‘The Commissioning’ for Halo 4, creating
animated FX within live action and digital environments for an immersive gaming experience.
AEAF ENTRY The Coke-drinking, prancing, trumpet blowing, stranger-hugging football fans in Bent’s commercial combine CG animation and real actors’ eyes, an unusual technique for cinema 3D stereo.
AEAF ENTRY MPC created a 3D speech sequence delivered by a young boy as he rallies his platoon of dinosaur-like Vivosaurs for battle, promoting Nintendo's ‘Fossil Fighters Champions’ game.
AEAF ENTRY Designed as a creative approach to tackling the issue of youth bullying, the ‘Take A Stand’ website called on Cutting Edge's key motion graphics, digital and animation skills.
AEAF ENTRY The animation and VFX teams at AixSponza in Germany created the title sequence for Red Bull ‘Flying Steps’, a movie about the Flying Steps Breakdance Crew.
AEAF ENTRY ZSPACE joined Agency Luscious International to participate in a fantasty concept on a TVC for communication company Starhub to screen in their local Singapore region.
AEAF ENTRY Richard Mans is a self taught 3D artist. He started working on the robot that became the main character of his film project ‘Abiogenesis’ when he first started teaching himself 3D animation in 1998 using Bryce 3D software. He then developed the robot further as part of his first 3D animation job and made it into a showpiece, using Maya at this stage, for a technology company promoting a new screen system at SIGGRAPH.
AEAF ENTRY Developed by agency David&Goliath, this new spot for Kia from the VFX artists at Method Studios introduces the 2012 Kia Soul, starring the hamsters from previous Kia commercials.
AEAF ENTRY FSM have entered two projects in the Commercials VFX category, one using subtle
animated CG elements and another relying on skills in digital environments.