- A TIGER IN TRANSITION. Moltenbrey, Karen // Computer Graphics World;Apr2001, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p55
Features the 3D makeover of Kellogg's cartoon icon Tony the Tiger. Work of animators at Smoke & Mirrors 3D; Creation of the 3D model and the first 3D commercial; Use of the Maya software from Alias/Wavefront.
- A TOY TALE. Moltenbrey, Karen // Computer Graphics World;May2000, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p57
Details the making of the animated television commercial based on the children's book `Nova's Ark' using Alias/Wavefront's Maya software. Challenges encountered by animators in making the commercial; Concept of the commercial; Reasons for animators' decision to use Maya.
- STORYBOARD NEWS. // Televisual;Apr2005, p21
Presents screen shots of some advertisements in Great Britain. Examples of computer graphics software that were used in creating the animations.
- Sensual CG. Moltenbrey, Karen // Computer Graphics World;Oct2006, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p44
This article details the computer-generated imagery of television commercial titled "Robots" for carmaker Lexus. It features robotic arms in a production facility gently and lovingly caressing a Lexus ES 350 in the final stages on a production line. With the exception of two quick shots, the...
- User snapshots. // Computer Graphics World;Feb96, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p56
Reports on developments in the use of the computer resources in the advertising industry. Includes `Eyeball on the Floor,' a computer animation which used a variety of 2D and 3D packages to create the graphic sequences; Use of computer animation in an advertisement for the Inland Revenue in...
- EYEMATIC INTRODUCES FACIAL ANIMATION SYSTEM. // Multimedia Publisher;Oct2001, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p6
Focuses on the introduction of the Eyematic FaceStation audio analysis technology for 3D animation. Animation packages included; Ability to create and manipulate character animation in real-time; Features of the software.
- Creating organic models. Kennedy, Sanford // Computer Graphics World;Jan98, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p67
Describes the creation of a scorpion on a computer using the 3D Studio Max animation software. Extrusion of shape with the aid of the Bevel modifier; Loading of background image of the scorpion's underside; Accentuation of segments; Adjustment of the shape of the abdomen.
- 3ds max 4. Maestri, George // Computer Graphics World;May2001, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p60
Focuses the emphasis on rendering and special effects in the innovation of the computer software 3D studio max from Discreet. Tools for the creation and animation of characters; Provision of a true polygonal modeler based on quad-sided objects; Addition of a class of objects, manipulators.
- products: SOFTWARE. // Computer Graphics World;Feb2003, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p38
Presents information on various computer software as of February 2003. Cost of the animation tool for creating three-dimensional animation; Software for creation of animated two-dimensional programming and its direct publishing to web pages.