Interview on the Pencil Kings - "VFX Supervisor Mat McCosker on Why Collaboration is The Key to Creativity"

The Pencil Kings is a great site, resource & community  for artists from the traditional to the digital.  

listen to the podcast here

 

Using Google Cloud, Compute Engine & Pixar's Tractor

Great article on integrating between these..

http://googlecloudplatform.blogspot.com.au/2015/05/3D-imagery-rendering-in-the-cloud-with-Industriromantik-and-Compute-Engine.html

"I’m keeping my fingers crossed that Zync Render will ultimately offer their software license server for Google Compute Engine users so that we can scale licenses along with any number of instances seamlessly." - Agreed!

 

 

July 21, 2014 - Article in 3D Total Magazine

Using Maxwell Render for Cadbury's 'Dominos' advert

If you haven't checked out the domino effect of thousands of bars of chocolate cascading like bowling pins into each, you can do so below, in Cadbury's new advertisement for its Dairy Milk chocolate bar varieties.Blackbird Studio were commissioned for their creative vision, and they took the opportunity to test out Maxwell Render in their professional workflow.


January 2014 - The Foundry & Intraware present the Melbourne Foundry User Group Meeting

The Foundry Melbourne User Group Meeting

We are pleased to invite you for the first ever user group meeting with the folks from The Foundry and VFX artist extraordinaire Mat McCosker!

Thanks folks at the Foundry! -M


 

Spetmeber 2012 - Wrigley's spot on Campaign Brief

Wrigley launches new TVC and campaign for its new Eclipse Chewy Mints via DDB Sydney

Created using motion-control technology, the TVC follows a conversation between a couple who start out feeling 'not at their best', and then gradually find themselves becoming mysteriously fresher as a result of consuming the new range of mints.

Great to work as nuke comp-assist to Richard Lambert in Flame on this one - thanks to all at Method Walsh Bay!


September 2012 - Wrigley's spot on Best Ads

Eclipse Chewy Mints: Back and Forth