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Sunday, April 29, 2012

VFX breakdown | Pixion delivered VFX for Ekk main Aur Ek Tu | Bollywood

Pixion Studios, which does most of the VFX in bollywood movies, in India. Has posted a new video of VFX  breakdown for Ekk main Aur Ek Tu. A romantic comedy film.  Starring Imran Khan & Kareena Kapoor.

About Pixion Studio
Pixion is a state of the art post production facility that offers 360 degree creative and technological services with the cutting edge expertise to cinematic masterpieces.Pixion has been always enthusiastic about new projects with creative ideas and Ek main Aur Ekk Tu was one amongst it.  

Prasad Sutar, VFX Supervisor, Pixion says, "we have always looked forward to do such projects that come along innovation and believed in delivering path breaking work like in Agneepath, Goal mal returns, Singham."

Okay, some highlights of the Vfx breakdowns. They make  Kareena Kapoor look thin, by making her arm thin. Check the image below

 Ekk main Aur Ek Tu, VFX breakdown, Kareena Kapoor, thin, fat, bollywood, wallpaper, poster, cover, photo

 Ekk main Aur Ek Tu, VFX breakdown, Kareena Kapoor, thin, fat, bollywood, wallpaper, poster, cover, photo


And most of the VFX was done to add backgrounds for the Car shoots/scenes. And some set Creation or extensions.

 Ekk main Aur Ek Tu, VFX breakdown,Creation, extensions, Kareena Kapoor, thin, fat, bollywood, wallpaper, poster, cover, photo

 Ekk main Aur Ek Tu, VFX breakdown,Creation, extensions, Kareena Kapoor, thin, fat, bollywood, wallpaper, poster, cover, photo
 Okay check out the full video of VFX breakdown by Pixion delivered VFX for Ekk main Aur Ek Tu

VFX breakdown | Pixion delivered VFX for Ekk main Aur Ek Tu | Bollywood

2 comments:

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