Leo Lucien follows the much talked about Machinima, “BEAST,” with a new movie filmed using iClone and that takes a light hearted look at the search for the perfect communal companion in, “Roommate Wanted.” The Binary Picture Show’s “BEAST” became a highly acclaimed Machinima movie portraying two characters we were instantly consumed with by their captivating emotional expression and facial animation generated by Leo using Reallusion’s CrazyTalk.
“CrazyTalk gave me the ability to do some great facial animation that would have been very difficult and time consuming in many other tools,” said Leo about using CrazyTalk in his studio.
Now, Binary Picture Show explores filmmaking with iClone after the successful addition of CrazyTalk to their arsenal. Already an iClone producer, Leo migrated his popular GNews with Lady Mainframe to iClone in 2007 and expanded the show to multiple monthly episodes improving production speed by filming in the iClone 3D real-time studio. Lady Mainframe and the Binary Picture Show rivaled most any G4 avataresque news or host and provided viewers with an entertaining update on video games and gaming technology.
The Binary Picture Show’s dedication to quality Machinima is one of the many fine reasons our art form is on the rise both among the ranks of the converted and also spreading to the masses in the mainstream.
“Roommate Wanted,” produced in association with Reallusion, features many out-of-box capabilities with iClone and additional content packs able to be added to the basic iClone library.