"Thinkbox Software - The Big Picture" Webinar
November 6th and 7th, 2012.
This is the Webinar recorded live on November 7th, 2012.
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: DEADLINE
Follow this link to watch the DEADLINE 6 New Features video and to find information about joining the Beta.
Part 3: FLOOD History
Part 4: KRAKATOA
Follow this link to visit the "Krakatoa In Production" page and watch various examples of its use over the years.
Part 5: FROST
Here is the Making Of video posted by Mark Theriault who worked on the rain drops simulation for the opening sequence of "Sucker Punch" using Particle Flow and FROST:
The following video shows the opening sequence for "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" motion picture courtesy of Blur Studios. Both FROST and XMesh were used in its creation:
Follow this link to visit the "Frost In Production" page and watch various examples of its use.
Part 6: XMESH
The following is the "Return To Krypton" sequence which was cut from the theatrical release of "Superman Returns", but was included in Deleted Scenes of a recent Blu-Ray release. XMesh was originally developed to speed up the management of the crystal growth effects:
The following video provided by Hyrdraulx and included in an article on the Cebas' testimonials page shows the collapsing base from the opening sequence of "The Avengers". XMesh was used to move geometry fractured by Volume Breaker and animated in Thinking Particles from 3ds Max to Maya:
Part 7: GENOME, EMBER, All Tools In FD5, Conclusion
The following video contains the first part of the Final Destination 5 Bridge Destruction sequence:
You can follow this YouTube link for a HQ version of the FD5 Bridge Destruction sequence video.