This time we decided to show how it may feel to drink this soda in the middle of hot summer day instead of how it's made.
This time we decided not to write too much text, but show and tell the story in a short "the Making Of" movie (there are subtitles for English-speaking friends!):
Girl: Maria Abramovich
Guy: Sergey Shershnev
Passerby: Alexander Pozhilikh
Screenwriter, Director, Editor, CG-artist, Vusial effects supervisor, Set designer: Alexander Zubkov
Director of protography, Lighting editor: Sergey Volodin
Art assistant: Konstantin Yudin
Artist: Nadezhda Zubkova
Composer, Sound control supervisor: Alexander Balint
Line producer: Oksana Demina
Stylist, make-up: Anna Kozlova
Director's assistant, stylist: Julia Zubkova
Special thanks to Lionel Zamouth for creating and supporting Octane Render unofficial Exporter
We are very grateful to Sergey Zubkov, Sergey Yudin, and Alexey Demin for their invaluable help while making this project, and also thanks to all, who still believes and supports us all these years!
A full CG commercial.
A 30 seconds commercial reel of “Shctern” windows, that was filmed in the late fall. In the project's description there are a story of the pre-production process and the making of video which outlines filming and post-production workflow.
A short television film about modern techniques of production of “drinks in plastic bottles”. There are carbonated soda drinks and chilled tea manufacturing were used for example.
One of our significant projects. It was the first our video reel, in which live action was combined with fully virtual object. On the project's page you can find the reel itself and description with video of the making of process either.
It was our first commercial TV spot, that was filmed and edited in full HD. It was our first attempt of recording live sound during the filming process. And for number and geographic location of shooting areas it was the most “large-scaled” featured commercial video ever created before.
Working on this television commercial forced the meeting of Alexander Zubkov and Sergey Volodin. That in turn marked the beginning of long productiove period of their collaboration under the “ARt DDs” title. The story is based on the idea of “all things to all men” (in Russian word-for-word it sounds like “products of any taste”), which was visualized.