Fire and A Tornado Are Elements Conspiring To Top Chart

February 2013
SHOOT;2/22/2013, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p7
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the application of visual effects and animation in television commercials. It highlights the Visual Effects & Animation Top Ten Chart by the journal "Shoot" that lists top animated television commercials including "Fireman" by Tim Godsall for Axe/Lynx Apollo and "Vapor Trail" by Mark Zibert for Nike Inc. It notes on the prodiction of Vapor Trail which needed careful stabilization and clean up to integrate every element.


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