Category Archives: fireworks animation

DIY Disney Fireworks

Anyone with children will have spent hours watching Classic films such as lady and the tramp, Dumbo etc..

But as time and technology move on the children of today have more and more exciting ways to explore the world we live in today.

While trawling the web as we do daily, looking for all things fireworks-related, we came across this little gem of a site – Create your own fireworks display with Disney.

The good people at Disney have created a portal where your young ones can quite literally create something of beauty, learn about colour, timing and more importantly, entertain themselves leaving mum or dad to get on with something else.

You might even want to have a go yourself 🙂

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Fireworks In The Great Gatsby

For those of you that have seen the film ‘The Great Gatsby’ will remember the awesome firework scenes, but how did they do this?

Well, the EPIC firework scenes were created by Prime Focus World.

PFW are world leaders in creative and technology services, delivering innovative 3D conversion, visual effects and animation services to major media and entertainment companies all over the world.

The team of over 3500 artists, technicians and producers work together to deliver world-class visual entertainment services from the key centres of creative content production based in London, Los Angeles, Mumbai, New York and Vancouver.

Check out the amazing video here to see how these guys and gals achieved the awesome computer generated firework effects.

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Fireworks Kaleidoscope

Awesome fireworks kaleidoscope video above by Stan Skrzyzanowski.

One of the best things in life is doing a job you love as all the epic fireworks crew know.

Stan is a professor in the Sculpture and Installation program and he also teaches in Fabrication Studios – both at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada and he must really love his job.

Stan assembled the video clips into a kaleidoscope using video editing software on a firework show he filmed at Hill Crest Park in Toronto to celebrate Canada’s Victoria Day.

Amazing work Stan, if you’re reading this, can you make a cool video using sparklers and your fancy techniques? The following link might offer some inspiration sparkler art 🙂

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