Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 | Posted by Leonard Teo
A great CG trailer for Bioware’s Dragon Age 2 game. Produced by Digic Pictures and rendered with Arnold.
//Edit: included the credit to Digic Pictures.
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I wouldnt be surprised if this was done by Blur. Seems like their brilliant style. I beleive they done the original game cinematics aswell. Superb trailer!!!
I thought it might be Blur, but some people also tossed around Digic Pictures. I know Blur did the trailer for the original Dragon Age. I want to give the right credit….
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This trailer was done by Digic and rendered with arnold. Heard it from two of their developers first hand on the arnold users chat. They’re the same people who did the latest Assassin’s Creed trailer.
I don’t think Blur did the cinematic for this … its has different signature than blur but maybe they changed the director and skin shader looks so nice… maybe digic picture but still i think whoever did it, did it great!
Alan King is right,
It was done by Digic Pictures, and rendered in Arnold. Awesome work, although personally I prefer the Assassin’s trailer they did 🙂
Cool. Thanks guys. 🙂
Where is Arnold anyways? 😐
wow. that was so cool. love the trailer.
nice motion capture!
Looking good! Great modeling and animations.
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