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We had many challenges on the movie, both creative and technical, the 2 examples below illustrate just a couple of the many challenges we had to solve. With limitations in time and resources, like every production, creative problem solving played a big role on this project. Specifically glass characters that had their faces located on the surface of the glass. This unique challenge presented us with a few different problems from a shading standpoint. We needed to come up with a creative solution to having the bottles appear to be made of transparent glass as well as filled with liquid without detracting from their facial expressions and acting.

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Shader case study
Shader case study
Shader case study

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Even though it looks a bit complicated, the shader used in Overwatch on the shields is quite simple and easy to create. We'll look at how to implement neat features like the depth-based intersection and different optimisation techniques for the shader. In this tutorial we'll recreate Reinhardt's version of it. However, once you understand how everything works you can easily transfer your knowledge to another version of the shader as well, e. Winston's and Brigitte's shield.

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We were approached by 9to3Animation in Holland to see if we could achieve a very custom non photoreal sketch look, all in a 3d render, that was inspired the work of the great illustrator Carl Hollander and Helen van Vliet , with custom shaders and plugins in Pixar's RenderMan renderer. Our goal is to do the same in our animations. Therefore, the visual art style of the film, which we developed after extensive experimentation, was made for RenderMan rendering software in co-operation with LollipopShaders from Vancouver, Canada. The style was inspired by a number of Dutch illustrators. Her work is unforced, not strictly inside the lines realistic but credible all the same.
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