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Unreal Fest East 2019 in Yokohama showcased iClone Unreal Live Link

October 6, 2019 (Sun) – Yokohama, Japan

This year, Reallusion was invited by Epic Games to participate in UNREAL FEST EAST in Yokohama to showcase the iClone Unreal Live Link plug-in.

Since 2014, the event has since been held in the Kantō region (East) in the fall and the Kansai region (West) in the spring. For this event the number of attendees has been increasing year by year, as it attracts innovative uses of Unreal Engine

iClone MASTER CLASS #1 – Learn How to Create a Daylight Scene in iClone

Pro tips on using Skymaps, Directional light and Global Illumination by Benny Dee

Final scene render by Benjamin Dazhi

Welcome to the MASTER CLASS – iClone Level-Up Series by Benny Dee, where this talented iClone animator shares his tips & tricks on how to create amazing iClone animations with clever usage of realtime tools.

This tutorial #1 will show you how to create a daylight scene in iClone by properly using Skymaps, Directional Lights, Global Illumination and more.

Unreal VR Game Developer creates NPCs with Character Creator & iClone

Myron Mortakis – Founder of Helm Systems

Myron Mortakis

Myron Mortakis is the President and founder of HELM Systems, a South Florida-based software development company, specializing in interactive and virtual reality software development.

He carries over his expertise and experience of over 13 years in structuring, organizing and directing development teams. Myron has led his company to international recognition, in the form of award nominations, mainstream world-wide online and print publications, as well as to the creation of HELM’s proprietary 3D rendering engine.

Helm systems is now developing their VR project – The SoulKeeper VR where they used Character Creator and iClone for their Unreal game project.

Reallusion’s products are an essential component in our development toolbox, as they facilitate and expedite a lot of complex processes that are involved in a character’s production cycle, without sacrificing quality.

 Myron Mortakis / President-Founder of Helm Systems

Thank you for visiting us at SIGGRAPH 2019

The Fusion of iClone Creativity & Unreal Engine at SIGGRAPH 2019

Its been a week since SIGGRAPH 2019, and Reallusion would like to thank all our fans, friends and partners who visited our booth to experience the latest in realtime technology for virtual production, movies, games, AR/VR and motion capture.

In Los Angeles, Reallusion innovated once again by democratizing the creation and animation of digital humans through Character Creator’s Headshot and the iClone Unreal Live Link plug-in.

Former HBO producer turns to iClone Character Creator for latest film project

Julian Grant – Director / Producer

Julian Grant

Julian Grant is an award-winning filmmaker with 34 feature films to his credit. A published author and acclaimed digital artist – Julian Grant’s work can be seen worldwide on cinema screens, television, independent forums and on the internet. As an independent writer, producer and director he has created numerous short films and music videos and continues to develop new media showcases, transmedia events and pedagogical strategies.

Julian has worked with Lionsgate and HBO where he worked as the Producer/ Director of the acclaimed mini-series, Robocop: Prime Directives. Today, Julian Grant is a tenured Associate Professor in the Interactive Arts & Media Department at Columbia College Chicago.  

In 2017 he was approached by screenwriter Ron Falzone, with his script for ‘Coriander’, which he took on with the help of iClone, Character Creator and 3DXchange; as he had previously done a number of short films with.

“Thanks to Reallusion for continuing to push forward the opportunities available to independent artists such as myself who can dream big and even step back in time to recreate NY in the 1920’s. I couldn’t have made ‘Coriander’ without Reallusion!”

– Julian Grant

AAA Studio Veteran combines iClone Character Pipeline with Unreal Engine

Mark Stefanowicz
CVO/COO – Lost Boys Interactive

Mark Stefanowicz

  • Mark is a AAA Game Studio Veteran.
  • Director of Art for Disney’s Epic Mickey and Epic Mickey 2.
  • Multi award winning Art Director with 20+ Years of Video Game and Mobile Industry Experience.

Mark Stefanowicz is originally from Chelsea, MA. At a very young age, his parents would see him drawing in their living room, lost in his imagination and creativity. Realizing his potential, Mark’s parents enrolled him at the age of six to the Tringarli School of Art.

After his time in college, Mark began his career. Mark eventually joined Electronic Arts as a Lead Artist and progressed to the position of Art Production Manager for Central Art. In 2011, Mark join Disney to become the Art Director of Disney Epic Mickey, Disney Interactive’s flagship game. Mark went on to become Studio Art Director at Junction Point and oversaw development of Disney Epic Mickey 2 while also engaging with other Disney pillars in the organization, from the Archives to Pixar Animation.

In 2016 Mark decided to go out on his own with his partners and create Lost Boys Interactive. Lost Boys quickly grew to a studio of 16 in 2018, and worked on titles for Square Enix, Digital Extremes and Call of Duty.

“After 22 years of working with AAA Studios (EA Games, Disney) I have been searching for a pipeline that can achieve AAA quality production in a matter of days. Reallusion has that. ”

– Mark Stefanowicz

ProductionHUB – Going Pro with Your 3D Animations: Tips to Getting the Fundamentals Right with iClone

The Secrets to Professional 3D Visuals with iClone by Benny Dee

In our age of software animation, people tend to get excited about tools, but forget to pay attention to the key elements and their work ends up not looking professional. The main purpose of sharing my knowledge today is to help change the mindset of how people animate.

To make sure you avoid this common mistake and your work ends up being not only professional but saleable, I have chosen Reallusion’s iClone, a 3D application used by pros and first-time animators like.

And what are these key elements? For me, they are camera movement, lighting, effects, and look-up tables (LUTs). I will explain each of these elements in due course, but for now, suffice it to say that even first-time animators need to address all these elements if they want to put their work on the right path to professional quality.

Reallusion Partners with Libel Studios for Comic Con Colombia 2019

Last month (June 2019) Reallusion had the opportunity to step into the South American market by partnering with Libel Studios for Comic Con Colombia 2019 from May 31st ~ June 3rd.

Partnership Marketing Manager – Enoc Burgos, with Libel Studios team
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