“Kon-Tiki Making of” – by Important Looking Pirates

Check out this fantastic VFX Breakdown from the film “Kon-Tiki” by the incredibly talented team at Important Looking Pirates! This is some of the most realistic CGI water, birds and sharks TheCGBros have ever seen! For more information, please see the details below:

In the summer 2011 ILP was awarded a massive sequence for the upcoming Norwegian feature film “Kon-Tiki” directed by Joachim Roenning and Espen Sandberg. The film is about the legendary explorer Thor Heyerdal’s epic journey crossing the Pacific on a balsa wood raft in 1947.

Our sequence takes place during a major emotional peak of the movie, as the crew struggles with internal conflicts while facing a critical situation involving white sharks.
ILP delivered 58 shots in total, with plenty of hero shots and some extremely complex fully computer generated scenes.

This is a VFX breakdown giving you a closer look at some of shots we made.

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About ILP

ILP is a visual effects and digital animation studio located in central Stockholm. We can proudly say that we have assembled one of the best visual effects teams in the business. All our artists, technicians, producers and support personnel are driven by passion for what we do and we always strive to push the limits of what we can accomplish utilizing the latest technology.

We provide assistance in all forms of digital production including commercials, tv, film, web, games and print. Our artists and producers will help you through the creative and technical production process to ensure the highest level of quality is delivered on time!

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