A work of art

On one of my (out of work hours) trawls around the internet, I came across this little gem (if you can, watch fullscreen).

As you’ll see from the comments, it’s quite a stunner that’s caused a fair bit of debate. I’ll be honest, I thought it was a fake, or at least some quality compositing and grading, before I found this – the breakdown.

Conferring around the office, the first response was ‘what did he shoot it on?’ If it's all CG, it's a true work of art. All told, the visuals combined with the audio make for a fantastic short film from a true artist. My only concern is how on earth did he get it all rendered?

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Lee Danskin
Thu 14 Jan 2010: 8:06pm

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  • DHW:

    Alot of full CG shots shown in the breakdown which was hard to believe. An amazing piece of work if everything was all CG. He did mention under the short that it was "Done with 3dsmax, Vray, AfterEffects and Premiere". Not familar to how fast rendering in Vray is but wondered if he just used one machine or many and how long it actually took him to complete.

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