BabylonDreams – Alexander & Monika Kucera GbR


BabylonDreams creates excellent visual effects and animations. We do it all the time. It’s what we do. We enjoy utilizing technology and making tasty images. We want your movies and commercials to be the best possible for your money. Our goal is for you to succeed.

For that we provide you with:

  • Pre-Production Consulting
  • On-Set Supervision of Visual Effects shoots
  • Complete Visual Effects Supervision for your production
  • Visual Effects Producing and Coordination
  • Compositing of live action and computer generated footage
  • Computer generated effects and 3D simulations
  • Architectural visualizations as stills or walkthroughs
  • Product visualizations for commercials, print or web

We understand the importance of bringing your characters to life. We take the time to study your story and the characters to better understand them and ultimately deliver a creation that catches the audience from start to finish.

We can animate just about anything you need:

  • Classic hand drawn and 2D animation
  • 3D Character animation including:
    • character design
    • 3D modeling
    • rigging
    • animation
    • rendering

This stunning trailer was created for VW’s new fun car Up for the International Car Convention (IAA) in Frankfurt. About 10 artists worked for 4 weeks on this combination of live footage and 3D environment to create a refreshing blend of both worlds. Odds are, you won’t be able to tell which car is real and which one is computer generated, despite the stylised look of the movie. We helped with the compositing of the project and were able to put the final touches on over half of the used shots, while also seeing shots from scratch to final version. Tasks included: rotoscoping and…

We helped create the opener for Discovery Channel’s Reign of the Dinosaurs (which later got renamed to (wikipedia: Dinosaur_Revolution text: Dinosaur Revolution)). In close collaboration with kinkajou we went through several different look development stages on the animation we got handed. Then it was a matter of rendering the biggest parts and composit them. Those pre-polished pieces got handed off to kinkajou in the UK, where they received the finishing touches. For a look at the complete sequence (and part of the episode), please refer to the first 3 minutes of the YouTube version…