For the main title of History’s Texas Rising, a five-part television miniseries based on the Texas Revolution and the birth of the Texas Rangers, King and Country took a modern approach to a classic genre. Built and animated entirely in CG, the 120-second open chronologically depicts the film’s fundamental plot points that unfold in the miniseries. Each historical moment is depicted by highly detailed and layered graphic arrays that twist, change and unfold to reveal many hidden details of the story. The array presents familiar photo-real elements in a modern geometric and graphic way. The creation of the title sequence involved over 50 photorealistic CG models that were duplicated hundreds of times to make the elaborating repeating pattern arrays. Rendered photographically accurate, the final output tallied more than 15,000 rendering hours to create the beautifully complex images.
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