Findings

The Molecule Spooktacular

Happy Halloween! Today we’re celebrating by bringing you a spooky selection from The Molecule’s VFX and Motion Graphics archives.

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Creating the Opening Titles for HBO’s “Ballers”

“Ballers” is HBO’s newest addition to their Sunday night time slot. The show premiered last weekend, and it centers on former NFL player Spencer Strasmore (played by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) who now stays in the game by playing financial advisor to current NFL pros.

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Bonnie & Clyde

This day in history in 1934, outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were shot and killed by police in Louisiana. Today we’re revisiting the titles our Motion Graphics department created for a two-part series on the infamous couple, which aired on A&E, History, and Lifetime in December of 2013.

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Making a Blizzard in April

Things get snowy on the set of CBS’s “Elementary.”

Last night’s “Elementary” was a snowy one. If you don’t follow the show, Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Joan Watson try to solve a crime in the middle of a massive blizzard. The city has shut down and the roads are treacherous…It is the worst blizzard the city has seen in years…

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VFX for TV: The Molecule in Post Magazine

As TV shows are able to employ more and more visual effects, it’s up to companies like the Molecule to meet the demand. In a new article in Post Magazine, the Molecule’s own Luke DiTommaso (VFX Supervisor/COO) weighs in on VFX for TV.

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A Smash On Broadway

Despite our Broadway address, the Molecule hasn’t had much experience with Broadway proper

…until now.

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This Is How We Make Moonshiners Shine!

Sometimes motion graphics artists familiarize themselves with some unusual industries while pursuing that perfect image… sometimes they’re hired to construct comprehensive motion graphics on how to make Moonshine, and intriguing information just falls in their laps.

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VFX Artists Can Even Turn The Seasons

While shooting several episodes that kicked off the third season of “Royal Pains,” the tree-lined streets of Montauk, Long Island were unfortunately a landscape of barren branches. Luckily the VFX artists at The Molecule, expert in “invisible” effects, were there to the rescue adding the thousands of necessary leaves to complete the shot.

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“Swamp People”

In southern Louisiana lurks the largest swamp in the coastal United States. It’s a place where nature reigns supreme and men must fight to survive. This battle is at the center of “Swamp People,” a new show premiering on The History Channel, Sunday, August 22 at 10/9c.

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“Royal Pains” Rap

The Molecule helped to spice up this Season 2 promo video with some key-framed 3D animation and compositing.

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