In the video to the song 'Guilt' by the band Nero, have the dancer's legs been digitally manipulated and if so... what software was used?
#121604. Asked by Mooseflapper. (May 27 11 6:53 PM)
While the dancer Lucy Cork does have long legs and is an expert on pole dancing, in the final scene there's a number of VFX's going on (her eyes, etc) and her legs have obviously been elongated at times, especially when you compare frames of the video:|
If you click on the lower left four-shot in her gallery, you'll see frames where her thighs have been elongated, and others where her calves have been, to suit the shot.
There's no online discussion about the technical aspects of this video. The VFX company that worked on it, The Chimney Pot in Stockholm, makes no specific mention of the motion graphics software they use, I imagine for proprietary reasons. It could certainly be a product of Nuke, which they mention in their services:
Credits of the video:
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