Blue Sky CGI delivers continuity with grace and motion in their latest campaign for Fiji Airways and a new fleet of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The award-winning Blue Sky team of artists and programmers was asked to produce a 30-second TVC spot along with eight companion hi-res stills of the cabin interiors.
We are so excited to present the latest look in luxury for the Lexus MY18 NX from Rick Chou and Lee Waters, the creative forces behind the award-winning Blue Sky CGI studio. Blue Sky CGI was honored to be asked to create matching photo-realistic automotive components that would seamlessly be integrated into existing photos.
Imagine a travel time of 35 minutes from Los Angles to San Francisco in a pod-like vehicle through a near-vacuum tube, at more than 760 mph. Well, the Blue Sky CGI team did just that as part of a new ground-breaking development in mass transportation. The award-winning BlueSky CGI team of Lee Waters, Rick Chou and artists brought art, design and technology together in their latest project, Hyperloop-UCI HyperXite Animation.
“To be trusted to create visuals for the launch of a new model car is an honor,” says Lee Waters, “especially when that car is part of the Ford family.” BlueSky CGI and Ford have been creative accomplices for a long time. In the client/creative world we can consider them “going steady.”
The retouchers and CGI artists at BlueSky CGI have a shared passion for cars. “We don’t like to get our hands all greasy,” explains Lee Waters, one of the founding partners, “but we like to make them sing.”
The Lexus 500LC doesn’t officially roll on to the roads until 2017, but the creative team at BlueSky CGI already got up close and personal with the new luxury vehicle when they partnered with the brand for their launch at the Detroit Auto Show.
Blue Sky CGI, the latest addition to the Truppe, recently launched their newly redesigned website. This site not only showcases the CGI, motion and creative retouching work they have done for clients like Ford, Air New Zealand and more, it gives you and interactive experience with self-controlled slides to view before and after imagery and 360 degree configurations.
When a 3D animation of majestic fin whales was beautifully projected onto the Otis Booth building at the Los Angeles Natural History Museum's Centennial celebration, viewers were abuzz. That was the work of Blue Sky CGI, a creative retouching and multi-media company based in sunny California, and the newest addition to our roster.