(Gore) Since the 1950s, James Bond has been portrayed by eight different actors. Unlike Doctor Who, there’s no regeneration sequence to explain the change. The VFX experts from Corridor Crew fixed that by doctoring scenes of 007, showing him die and rise from the grave to serve His Majesty’s Secret Service once more.
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The best part of setting up dominoes is knocking them all over once you’re done. But what if dominoes were much, much bigger? The guys from Corridor put their visual effects skills to the test once more by creating an enormous set of virtual dominoes that could crush a human like a bug. Behind the scenes video here.
The VFX wizards at Corridor imagine a world where battlefields aren’t populated by humans, and war is waged by humanoid robots instead. But they can’t fight before their masters treat them like rubbish as part of their training exercises. We do not condone cruelty to robots.
While Corridor usually packs their videos with digital VFX, their latest clip was done entirely with in-camera effects. By dressing eight performers in identical garb, spinning them on a playground set, and time-lapse, they were able to create a dizzying real-life zoetrope.
(PG-13: Language) A man shows up claiming to be a time traveler and demanding that you perform a series of tasks. Do you go along with his requests, or risk world annihilation? Corridor’s latest video was aptly described by a commenter as “Basically Rick and Morty.”
Corridor’s latest short sees a dramatic fight sequence played out in a way that makes it look like the subjects can defy gravity. The trick – the sequence was acted out on the floor with the camera above. We can’t imagine how complex this was to choreograph. BTS video here.
Like Mystery Guitar Man, Corridor Digital got their hands on a bunch of Parrot’s fun new MiniDrones. But instead of playing music with theirs, they created a thrilling action short, filled with jumping race drones packing capabilities unlikely to be found on the retail models.
Corridor Digital’s latest video is blatantly shilling Game of War, but that doesn’t make it any less worth watching, with their clever use of VFX and game-textured environments and a tilt-shift effect to transform the real world into an RTS-style civilization. Making of here.