Caress 'Power of Touch' flower pedals VFX

Some sexy VFX for a fragrant soap adding flower pedals and neon titles.

March, 2016
Motion GraphicsVisual Effects
For this Caress ad, I created some visual effects of flower pedals integrated into live action footage, and I designed the neon-inspired titles.  The live-action plates were shot with real flower pedals and the talent was filmed in front of a projection screen that displayed animated kaleidoscope designs (which I did not work on).
Initially, the client thought that they were able to capture everything they needed in camera, but after further review of the footage they decided they wanted additional flower pedals and effects composited into each shot and they got me involved for that.
I also did the color grades and final look for the spot.
Completed March 18, 2016

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