Impossible Timelapses — VFX Breakdown

An experiment in using Google Earth 3D data to render a semi-realistic video of the city and lighting it dramatically with Arnold Sky. It involved capturing the Google Earth data, simplifying it in MeshLab, UV unwrapping it in Blender and finally animating in Cinema4D.

Check out the shot and the VFX breakdown below.

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VFX Artist & Video Editor from Dublin, Ireland with a background in photography // www.colmmoore.com //

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