We are delighted to announce that the world-famous VFX Studio The Mill has invested in a global site license of Fracture FX. Founded in 1990, The Mill has offices based in London, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and is a global leader in delivering digital visual effects solutions to the advertising industry.
The deal consists of flexible global access to Fracture FX’s technology to help meet The Mill’s production needs. Having access to Fracture FX at all The Mill’s sites provides their team with a global, streamlined demolition workflow; while mitigating compatibility issues and maximizing simulation efficiency.
Fracture FX continues to work with The Mill as part of its support agreement to help enhance Fracture FX for The Mill’s specific project needs.
Counting a world-class studio like The Mill among our customers rewards and motivates the Fracture FX development team to continue to strive for perfection! We are looking forward to the controlled mayhem The Mill will produce with Fracture FX!
We are thrilled to announce that Luma Pictures has upgraded their existing seats of Fracture FX to a global site license. This move highlights Luma Pictures’ continued commitment to Fracture FX as integral part of their pipeline at their facilities in Santa Monica and Melbourne.
Vince Cirelli, senior VFX supervisor and VP of production at Luma Pictures, explains further: "We explored multiple tools, and found that Fracture FX checked all the right boxes. We're excited to integrate it into our pipeline."
Founded in 2002, Luma has contributed to more than 80 films including such blockbusters as Iron Man 3, Oz: The Great and Powerful, The Avengers, Thor, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End. Luma has also worked with Joel and Ethan Coen on several films, including True Grit and Best Picture Academy Award winning No Country for Old Men.
All of us at Fracture FX take great pride in the fact that our software is being used extensively by the upper-echelon of feature film production. We can hardly wait to see what mind-blowing VFX Luma Pictures will produce next!
Fracture FX is excited to welcome Absolute Post, ntropic and Spinifexgroup to our community of digital destruction and controlled mayhem. Last week, these 3 companies invested in licenses of Fracture FX - and as always, we are dedicated to providing them with art-directable simulations, efficient iterations, out-of-the-box usability and world-class customer care.
Please read on to find out a bit more about our new clients.
Absolute is a post production house that creates hi-end visual effects for TV commercials, music videos, films and digital media. Absolute is a full-service transatlantic facility with London and New York offices running a 24/7 Flame and 3D service.
With headquarters in Sydney and offices in Melbourne, Los Angeles, New York and Detroit, Spinifex works worldwide with agencies, event companies, museums, governments and corporate clients in a wide range of disciplines and an even wider range of media. Whether it’s international spectaculars, interactive media, museums, performance arts, retail or out of home media, our clients have come to rely on our creative expertise and innovative approach to provide solutions suited to their unique needs.
Ntropic is a visual studio with offices in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco focused on intelligent storytelling and brand communications through elegant and conceptual design, production, color and visual effects.
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Fracture FX's Spring 2013 Client Reel features work from clients like Method Studios, The Mill, Stargate Studios, Prime Focus, Zoic Studios. In the past few months, Fracture was used on feature films like Dredd 3D, Snowwhite and the huntsmen, Wrath of the titans and 30 minutes or less; TV series like NBC's Heroes; and high-end commercials for Range Roover, Bacardi and American Idol.
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Fracture has 4 clustering methods:
1. Painting clusters with artisan tools
2. Manually selecting fragments
3. Using volumes/meshes
4. Using voronoi cells
This tutorial covers the first method. It also covers some events and filters designed to give you ultimate control on how and when to break/separate clusters.