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Microsoft XBOX: Gears of War 3 Ashes to Ashes

Locusts, schmocusts. The tentacle monster is here.

Published on Apr 13, 2010

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Last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Cliff Bleszinksi, Lead Designer of the Gears of War franchise, unveiled Ashes to Ashes, the agencytwofifteen-created trailer for the upcoming Gears of War 3, to be released, according to Bleszinski, on April 8, 2011. The game reveals a new villainous bad boy, a tentacle monster, as well as a GOW first--a female soldier.

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Date
Apr 13, 2010
Agency:
agencytwofifteen San Francisco
Client:
Microsoft XBOX
Executive Creative Director:
Scott Duchon
Executive Creative Director:
John Patroulis
Creative Consultant:
Joseph Kosinski
Art Director:
Paul Caiozzo
Art Director:
Aramis Israel
Art Director:
Rey Andrade
Copywriter:
Paul Caiozzo
Copywriter:
Rey Andrade
Copywriter:
Aramis Israel
Agency Producer:
Tom Wright
Executive Producer:
Hannah Murray
Production Company:
Digital Domain
Production Company:
Anonymous Content
Animation:
Digital Domain
Editorial:
Digital Domain
VFX:
Digital Domain
Director:
Vernon R. Wilbert Jr.
Visual Effects Supervisor:
Vernon R. Wilbert Jr.
President:
Ed Ulbrich
Executive Producer:
Karen Anderson
Executive Producer:
Jeff Baron
Senior Producer:
Melanie LaRue
CG Supervisor:
Tim Jones
Coordinator:
William Lemmon
Storyboard Artist:
Dwayne Turner
Editor:
Russ Glasgow
Previs Artist:
Jonathan Niles Heckmann
Technical Director:
Ryan Vance
Technical Director:
Marten Larsson
Technical Director:
Derek Crosby
Lead Animator:
Rick Glenn
Animator:
Marc Perrera
Animator:
Timothy Ranck
Animator:
Bill Wright
Lighter:
Margaret Bright-Ryan
Lighter:
Jon Gourley
Lighter:
Daisuke Nagae
Lighter:
Matthew Bell
Modeler:
Matthew Bell
Modeler:
Trisha McNamara
Matte Painter:
Daniel Thron
Lead Flame Compositor:
Christopher DeCristo
Flame Compositor:
Lisa Tomei
Flame Compositor:
Les Umberger

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