The making of: SHOCK DOCTOR

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Here are some of the references, sketches, and work-in-progress images which explain the process our CGI artist Richard with team leader Kristian went through to create these images in CGI.

First of all Richard researched some visuals of human anatomy.

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Afterwards the anatomy for the shot was worked out…

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… and the robotic elements were defined.

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The material for the robotic parts was chosen…

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…whilst a near-final-geometry was decided.

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The material was tested …

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…and a first render was made:

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Finally the cut-out placement was sent to New York…

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…where they did all the retouching.

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The same process went into the making of the other images.

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Below¬† the anatomy was worked out…

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…the¬†robotic elements were defined…

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…and rendered.

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A lot of work went into this project, but, hey, it looks great! Well done guys!

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CREDITS:

Client: Shock Doctor
Agency: Future & Now
Creative Director: Chas Porter
Photographer: Curtis Johnson
CGI Leader: Kristian Turner
CGI Artist: Richard Jenkinson
Retouching: Recom Farmhouse NYC

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