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Terminator Salvation Convertir en PDF Version imprimable Suggérer par mail
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"Vue gave us instant results, so it just seemed like the right tool!"
Joe Ceballos, Art Director and Concept Artist, Whiskytree.
 
 

Whiskytree, a San Rafael based CG studio, was commissioned to create several shots of Paramount Pictures' "Terminator Salvation".

We had the great pleasure to meet Joe Ceballos, Art Director and Concept Artist on "Terminator 4", who told us how they used Vue to devastate a fictional Los Angeles:

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About Joe


E-on: Can you tell us a bit about yourself? What's your background experience in the movie industry?

Joe Ceballos: I was born and raised in LA and did my studies there. In 2004, I started in the movie industry after graduating from the Pasadena Art Center. I moved to San Francisco to join the Digital Matte department at ILM, where I worked until May 2007. The first movie I worked on at ILM was "XXX", and I worked there until the first "Transformers". I then joined Whiskytree as part of "Batch # 1" (the first artists who joined in).


When did you see/use Vue for the first time?

JC: It was at ILM. I was working on "Pirates 2" when the team was starting to implement it for the Cannibal Island sequence. One of the shots I was working on was when Jack’s crew is inside the bone cage, at the point of the sequence when the cage falls. This was the first shot I used Vue in!

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