Articles Tagged: Additive
Additive CGI is so realistic that we actually can't distinguish their work from photography, the difference being that they aren't limited by physical possibility. There are two CGI backgrounds in this series, can you guess which ones? Find the Renault Megane series and more in our brand new 'Car' gallery for Additive -here!
Film4 commisioned our CGI duo Additive, to create a dinamic image for their Summer screenings at Somerset house.
Running from the 4th-17th August 2016, the open air cinema is a must-go-to summer attraction with movies such as... Trainspotting, 10 things I hate about you, Jackie Brown, and Funny Face.
The boys at Additive CGI were so excited when they were asked to create a digital city to celebrate Avianca in Brazil joining Star Alliance.
The Additive boys have been working hard on a new series of knitted weapons.
The first in the series is this knitted grenade.
Remember folks, this is CGI! And we must say we think they're pretty damn good!
Keep your eyes peeled for the rest of the series... coming soon!
For more knock-your-socks-off CGI, head over to Additive's gallery... here.
Happy New Year and welcome to 2014. A new year, and here we are already reminiscing about the year passed.
2013 was a great year for Horton-Stephens. A highlight was working along side our good friends at Leo Burnett once again. Teaming the CGI talents of Additive, with the photography of Nick Dolding, we were able to help produce this fantastic set of ads.
9 September 2013 | Tags: Additive, Nick Dolding, CGI
One of our great CG artists, Additive, have been flat out producing a series of images for Leo Burnett / McDonald's. With photography of the children from our very own Nick Dolding, these images need to be seen large scale to appreciate their magnificent detail. Look out for those 48 sheets!
It's great to be representing new CGI Studio Additive. Comprised of just two very talented artists (sorry, no flashy office or leggy secretaries), with us handling the production flow you'll never end up speaking the oily rag. Check out the full range of their brilliant work here.