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COKE 1
COKE STUDIO
Client: Coke Studio
Director: Ernest Desumbila
Produced by: Sauvage.TV

What did Misuta VFX do?
-> Lead compositing
COKE BD 1
RAW CG
RAW CG
FINAL
FINAL
Next to a lot of set extensions (both 3D and 2D), the renderings from the amazing 3D team needed to be composited properly. Knowledge of various 3D softwares was key for bringing this baby home.
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PLEINERS SLIDE 1
PSP PARK PROJECT
A personal project to recreate a long demolished skate park of a small town in southern Germany.
PLEINERS SLIDE 1
PLEINERS SLIDE 1
Old (and pretty crappy) VHS footage was used as reference. Originally modeled and textured in Blender, the scene was then brought into Unreal for further fun.
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RAMMSTEIN SLIDE 1
RAMMSTEIN - "ANGST"
Client: Universal Music
Director: Robert Gwisdek
Produced by: Kreisfilm

Misuta VFX did what?!
-> CG and compositing
RAMMSTEIN SLIDE 1
All CG was created from scratch in Blender, and by far the most headaches were caused by the physics simulation. Nuke was used for the compositing.
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VISOON SLIDE 1
VISOON - EXPLAINER
A full CG presentation film for streaming service Visoon, comissioned by Breuerfilm. There's very little in VFX that's more fun than outer space stuffs. Done in Blender, iClone, Nuke and After Effects
VISOON SLIDE 1
Blender was used to combine, model, texture and shade the various 3D elements, whereas the character's animation was done in iClone. Finally, Nuke and AE were used to bring it home. A very satisfying project that was!
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TOONDINO SLIDE 1
KNF - EXPLAINER
Client: Kunststoffnetzwerk Franken

Produced entirely by Misuta VFX
TOONDINO SLIDE 1
RAW CG
RAW CG
FINAL
FINAL
The whole scenery had been created in Blender. For animation, iClone8 was used. Nuke was the tool for comping, and Resolve did the look.
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DAICHI SLIDE 1
DAICHI YAMAMOTO - "KILL ME"
-> Official "Metajuku" Music Video

Client: Frank Renaissance

Entirely produced by Misuta VFX
DAICHI SLIDE 1
What a project! Set to play in the "metaverse", a whole lot of CGI solutions had to be knitted together to float this boat. Misuta VFX did the whole shabang, from previz till final touches.
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