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The final design brief chosen was to produce a 90-second trailer; introducing modern techniques and software to develop an old classic. The team collectively agreed to develop a brilliant movie trailer: “An American Werewolf in London” (1981) by incorporating industry procedures and technology to create contemporary visual effects, as the team felt that it would push each specialised skills to their boundaries. In addition, it tested the group to their limits as it provided a whole range of technical obstacles that would need to be tackled. 

It was important to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each team member before any group decision could be made. This would avoid pitfalls in the future and allow the team to work cohesively with one another. Having a specialised team with a different area of expertise allows for a high quality of work to be produced and bypass skills that may overlap one another. 

Ted Harrison: Directing, Lighting, LOOK Development, Creature FX and Compositing
Ken Matsui: Lead Character Artist, Storyboarding, Concept Art and Editor
Kieran Knight: Lead Rigger and Generalist
Bradley Adams: Lead Animation, Pre-Viz, Generalist
Joe Ponsford: Lead Motion Capture TD, Crowd Simulation

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