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Default Launching "Shot Breakdown" Page--Dedicated to the Creative Technical Approach to MP - 06-06-2012, 06:24 AM

Hey Everyone,
I have opened a new area of my website called "Shot Breakdowns". It is dedicated to the "creative technical approach" to matte painting. There I will be posting images, videos and explanations of my work and how I created them.

One of the articles posted there is a shot I did for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". The technical approach I used was featured in the January 2009, Cinefex Magazine article called: "Unusual Birth of Benjamin Button".

By the way--this is a "log in" area of the site that I am happy to share with interested people. So please sign up if you are interested.

Some have already signed up during the "soft release" so if you are one of those people thank you for your patience in waiting for this to become official.

I plan to fill this area up with articles so follow me on whatever social media you like to know when new articles come out--facebook, twitter, RSS or by old fashioned email.

Here is the link to the Matte Painting Shot Breakdowns

Garrett Fry
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Default 06-10-2012, 07:12 AM

Sounds great! Just signed up :)
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Default 06-10-2012, 10:21 AM

Great idea Garret, really nice of you to share your work.

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Default 06-22-2012, 03:40 PM

Awesome, thanx for the share. I just got my hands on maxwell render, the realistic lighting out beats vray.

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