“Fifty Shades of Yay” by Quirus, Roach and Wilson

  • ©Dave Quirus, Matthew Roach, and Matt Wilson

  • ©Dave Quirus, Matthew Roach, and Matt Wilson

  • ©Dave Quirus, Matthew Roach, and Matt Wilson

  • ©Dave Quirus, Matthew Roach, and Matt Wilson

  • ©Dave Quirus, Matthew Roach, and Matt Wilson

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Entry Number: 08

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    Fifty Shades of Yay

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    At the peak of our climactic third act in “Spies in Disguise,” our heroes unleash a barrage of saturated powder grenades around the villain’s army of drones. This meant filling the screen with billions of finely detailed, multi-color voxels and particles (aptly named “Fifty Shades of Yay”) with a distinct performance and look. We needed to come up with a solution that was quick to turn around, yet highly directable and allowed for unfettered lighting and shading development. The resulting approach was an extremely tight collaboration between several departments and spearheaded by a few folks in Lighting and Effects.

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