Last night’s “Elementary” was a snowy one. If you don’t follow the show, Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Joan Watson try to solve a crime in the middle of a massive blizzard. The city has shut down and the roads are treacherous…It is the worst blizzard the city has seen in years…
In reality though, the city was totally fine! That’s where we helped out.
Tomorrow night Chris Healer will be speaking at After Effects NY about his latest tool for the VFX industry that has gotten everybody talking: Remotoscoping.com.
Taking place at PS 41 (<– click for map!), the event is free and includes fun giveaways like plugins, apps, and stock footage. It’s running from 6:45 to 9pm and there is no registration necessary, so stop by after work, before drinks, or before bed. Whichever way you like to roll.
More info at AENY’s website here.
See you tomorrow!
Over the past 12 months, we have been busy little molecules at our offices in in NYC and LA. Between comping, producing, animating, and consuming copious amounts of coffee, we’ve accumulated quite a list of things we’re proud of.
Therefore, who could blame us for getting caught up in this annual opportunity to share a year’s events? We would be remissed if we didn’t jump on the annual family update bandwagon. We’ve even included a family photo! Look how much we’ve grown!
And so, we are proud to present to you, “A Look Back: The 2012 Collective Molecule Family Update”
What are you up to on Tuesday, November 27th? If your answer was “errrrrr,” let The Molecule help you out.
Next week the next Nuke Users Group event will be held at OffHollywood on 580 Broadway (map) at 6:30pm. Nuke creators The Foundry will be there to unveil their latest developments, and Molecule founder Chris Healer as well as Molecule comp supervisor Austin Meyers will both be speaking. To sweeten the deal, Chris has been hinting all week that he will be revealing a new secret weapon for the VFX industry at the event.
There will also be a fundraiser to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy. Sources say they will be auctioning off a copy of MARI, donated by the Foundry (proceeds to benefit the Red Cross). There’s only one way to be the next proud owner of one of the most powerful pieces of 3D painting software in the industry – be there or be square.
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org (please specify the event date when registering).