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Default 04-27-2005, 05:47 PM

I forgot to add...MPC got picked up by Techinicolor. Any visible changes in management?
I'd like to see some detail shots of your work if it's ok. Esp those nice ladscapes.
welcome to the community!

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Default 04-28-2005, 08:44 AM

cthunig thanks for novel!! whenever i ask someone about living in soho/london they just say "yea its great!! ect. ect." its nice to hear that the film industry is good over there. The only way i can deal with high living cost is if I get a job I guess, but that does not really bother me because I live on very little money as it is right now being in college in all!

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Default 04-28-2005, 07:23 PM

thanks smooth! as far as the takeover goes: since the deal was made it's business as usual. as someone from the lower ranks i didn't notice anything whatsoever.

here are some close-up views. unfortunately i have all the larger files from Troy zipped up on a disk at home in Germany, so all i have here is film res. :?








the city is a slight paint over of a 3D element provided by the city-team

P.Nagle, yup- i believe it's tough here without a steady job, though i do know some people who get by quiet well despite longer gaps between projects. don't get me wrong, i'm not saying that you need to starve if you work in vfx here, i simply reckon that with the insane rents and all there's a little less left at the end of the month than in, let's say, Wellington or whatever. sounds like you're prepared anyway. :-) where are you studying?


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Default 04-28-2005, 09:13 PM

Hey cthunig,

I am currently studying at the art institute international of minneasota....which is probley one of the least vfx oriented states in the whole country!

My goal when i am done with school is to be at a level where I can get a junior matte artist or compositor position(preferably as a matte artist), but I will take whatever I can get!

-P.Nagle


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Default 04-29-2005, 05:33 PM

Sounds good, you do your thing. I don't think the orientation of the school will matter much on your resume later.

I visited Minneapolis and St. Paul in '95, it's quiet an interesting place. First time I had ever seen the Mississippi, that was quiet something.


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Default 04-30-2005, 10:15 AM

Ya the Mississippi is pretty cool the frist time you see it! I am planning on doing a period shot of minneapolis along the river around 1900 some time here i just have to compile reference photos! It should be fun though.

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Default 05-01-2005, 03:43 PM

Cool, be sure to share it with us when it's done!


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Default 05-02-2005, 08:22 AM

Hi cthunig !
Your works are very great!
Your matte painting of 'Troy' was so cool. I love it!
I'll try to build a huge chinese ancient city for my personal projact.Could you give some suggestion to me how to treat with it ?


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Default 08-03-2005, 08:30 AM

Chris, outstanding work! I love your attention to detail, and the lighting is remarkable.

Jay


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