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Animation Magazine, March 2008. Pages 36-38.

Adventures in Triumphant Teleporting Summary

When creating the movie Jumper, Director Doug Liman was looking for some really amazing and believable jump transitions. He ended up getting Mike Fink for the job. Mike Fink decided that the jumps should be instantaneous and have four different types of base animation. The jump of the character should be based on the character and his current emotional state. During fighting scenes they would film four separate shots of the characters fighting then edit them in jumping around the screen. In the end they delivered realistic jumping animations, which lead to this being one of the most awesome movies of the year.

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gpelaia   gpelaia wrote
on 10/20/2008 3:21:32 PM
Amazing to think of how much thought goes into just one aspect of a film. A good lesson to be learned from this article, yes? -Mr. P

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