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Old 15-03-2007, 04:48 AM   #1
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Default LightWave Visual Effects Houses Bring Hyper-Reality to Box Office Smash "300"

LightWaveŽ Visual Effects Houses Bring Hyper-Reality to Box Office Smash "300"
NewTek video profile features artists discussing LightWave 3DŽ VFX work

San Antonio, TX – March 15, 2007 -- NewTek, Inc., manufacturer of industry-leading 3D animation and video products, today announced the release of a behind-the-scenes video featuring the creation of visual effects sequences for Warner Bros., 300, the visually stunning adaptation of Frank Miller’s graphic novel. Creating over 200 visual effects shots, Pixel Magic and Screaming Death Monkey put the full feature set of LightWave 3DŽ to work creating everything from set extensions to living smoke, oceans, skies, helmets, shields, swords, arrows and armies. The video may be viewed by following this link: www.LightWave3D.com/profiles/300
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Old 15-03-2007, 09:37 PM   #3
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Super-Cool stuff! Shows just how capable LightWave is. Also, pretty brave of them to make the switch to v9 in the middle of production.

I wonder what they used for compositing? I don't think they mention it.
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