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Commercial Video: Malibu World


David Yon writes:


My name is David Yon aka MYRKA. I am a Senior CGI Artist / Enviro TD with 22 years of experience in movie/advertising/archviz production. This is one of my last projects with the team at Mathematic Studio for the new Malibu advertising movie.

I was responsible for creating Malibu City / Aerial Shot, and the Hyperlapses, that i did alone 100% in Blender GPU render with a rtx3090, 60sec by frame in 2K, just took 12gigas vram.

Soon breakdown and tutorials on my newly created YouTube channel.

Enjoy 🙂 !

About the Author

David Yon

Hello, I am a Senior CGI Artist and Director with 20 years experience under my belt in cinema, animation, advertising, music video, architecture visualization, etc… I have done all kind of computer graphics works like SFX, animated characters, landscape creation, graphic design, and more… Currently developping cool short movies and animated series projects 100% Blender Stay Tuned :slight_smile: !


  1. Rombout Versluijs on

    Impressive,wonder how some of the shots were done. Especially smoke sim. That coconut horse also seems very tricky one one as a rig

    • Hello, sorry for the late reply. I was the only one in production working 100% in Blender, with which I made this aerial shots and the time-lapse shots as well.
      All other shots has been done and render in Maya/Vray, with particles and smoke sims in Houdini.
      Cheers :)

    • Hello, sorry for the late reply. Thanks a lot for the nice words :) !
      Thanks for subscribing to my YouTube channel, even if there isn't any content yet lol.
      I am working on the teaser of my upcoming short-movie and need to compile 1 year and and half of studio production work (most i am even not allowed to show yet) to see how to transform all that into making-of and tutorials (10 days ago i didn't expect to create a YouTube channel).
      So it might take some time before I can post he first tutorial series, but i guaranty it will be worth it.
      Thanks for your patience :)

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