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  1. We have shot a new scene for our short film. Unfortunately the hair of our lead actress was longer than we were led to believe. So for continuity we would like to explore the option of trimming it in VFX. She is in a clean close-up throughout with no one behind her and the camera is locked. We would like the hair at the sides to only come down to just before her chin. So about 2 inches trimmed at both sides during this close-up. It is a 30 second conversation. In the two attachments you can see her shorter hair in the scene right before the new one. Her longer hair is the new scene. It is fixed in position so it doesn’t move, which should make it easier to trim. If you have the experience of doing this, please send references and a quote. James Hughes CEO of Sunset Aperture
  2. Slow Motion raindrops falling down. Each time one is larger than the others. And inside a logo. So slow motion, freeze frame, then speeds up to drop down out of frame. Then the next logo does the same. 5 logos in total. Then main title. And into the film. 20 second sequence. This angle and speed from Gattaca is a good example. But with raindrops Gattaca Opening Delivery 31st March
  3. VFX Artist Needed - Work Remotely

    Hey, really good reel :-) At the start of the film we see from a distance that she has just come up from a staircase within the beach, which was actually a 2 step dug into the beach. In this first reverse shot we show that it is actually a staircase descending into the beach itself. An insert shot. In the second shot, we see the same staircase and angle, but at sunset. We have a shot of her that looks like she is standing on one of the steps below and he is taking her hand to join her. The staircase is how they time travel. So we need to see it. A cool looking magically staircase that descends into the beach. What would be your best rate for helping us with this short film? It could lead to work on our other productions.
  4. VFX Artist Needed - Work Remotely

    Need a VFX Artist to help us with some VFX shots on our latest short film, The Sands of Time. The film is now in post-production. www.thesandsoftimefilm.com Shot 1 - A descending staircase in the sand. Both during the day and at sunset. They are only quick insert shots. To establish what it is they are climbing down. Don't really need to see any moment. Same shot but light for both times of the day. We can do the lighting during the grade if required. The attached image is a good example of what is required, but all of this would look like it is made out of sand. Similar angle to this. 4 seconds. Shot 2 - Two static actors pressed against each other dissolve into sand and vanish. The sides of them, as per the example below. So we start to see them dissolve and they vanish together. 7 seconds. Budget is tight. So this job would suit someone with experience who is keen to add to their credits. You will also get a copy of the film released. Will be doing a few projects this year, so a good opportunity to work together on other projects as well. www.sunsetaperture.com
  5. Looking for Visual Effects Artists for the post-production of my short film, When the Rain Sets In, brought to you by a team from Oscar and Emmy Award-Winning productions. 3 Shots that need working on from our footage. We shot 3 plates: live, green screen, and empty. All in 4K. Everything is on Dropbox for viewing and would need the shots by the end of the summer. 1) Creating fireflies that move behind her at the table she sits at. She is unaware of them. 2) She transforms into a hologram. 3) A red heart vapour appears between his fingers. www.whentherainsetsin.com [www.whentherainsetsin.com] Budget is tight, but paid positions. The film will be entered into all of the Oscar qualifying film festivals upon release. Please provide reel and quote
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