Dvein titles for Eva
Spanish studio Dvein creates an incredible title sequence for sci-fi thriller Eva
Barcelona-based live-action and animation studio Dvein was invited by Spanish film director Kike Maillo to create the opening title sequence of new sci-fi thriller Eva. The film, which was released at the end of October, revolves around a young scientist named Alex who returns to the town where he grew up to create a boy robot.
Dvein was responsible for the entire design and production of the main title sequence, except for the final render which was made at a renderfarm. To create the intricate sequence, the team used a combination of Photoshop, 3ds Max, Realflow and After Effects.
Creative director and co-founder at Dvein Fernando Dominguez comments, “Every piece of software was very important and complimentary on this project but none more than 3ds Max – specifically for its modelling features.”
The detailed project required highly photorealistic images, which the team managed to create using a carefully chosen renderer and third party plug-ins. “The most impressive technical aspect of the project was the photography and depth of field,” says Dominguez. “We used V-Ray and the Frischluft plug-ins to create accurate dof.”
Check out more work from Dvein on its website
on Friday, November 4th, 2011 at 11:10 am under Commercial, Showcase.
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