Here’s a TVC we loved working on. It’s for an extensive anti malaria campaign that was run by the Society for Family Health organisation in conjunction with international bodies here in Nigeria. We were called up by Flint Productions to produce a realistic 3D mosquito for two
This is the first in a series of free online turorials for aspiring Nigerian 3D & visual effects artists.We've had a lot of people asking for training but we couldn't really cater to them for now.So we came up with EVCL's Mumu's guide to 3D&VFX.
Here are stills from an idea of a sci-fi/magical movie based in Nigeria that we’ve been toying around with for a while. It is an idea that came way before District 9 before anyone comments. The idea itself is nothing new to be honest. What’s interesting is the angle of how it would work in the West African
These are stills from a project we are working on. The current project title is ‘The Rule of Law’. The Nigerians amongst you will understand the title as will those familiar with our political terrain. This is a highly detailed 3D model of probably the most famous man in the country in the moment, President Umaru Yar’adua.
The sculpture tries to capture the immense inner pressures that come with leading Africa’s most populous nation. EVCL’s Sageer Mohammed had to rely mainly on poor quality images as references. It is actually based on a model that he did for a competition on the Nairaland forum. However working with EVCL director Adamu Waziri the 3D model was worked on further to get it more realistic.
These are shots from an advert we did a while ago. It was for the Society of Family Health in Nigeria. It was a spot to educate the general public about anti malaria medication. We were asked by Flint Productions to handle elements of the visual effects. The core of this focused on creating a 3D mosquito that would realistically blend with the HD footage.