A Ballerina Starts Dancing, but Watch the Horse’s Reaction!

You will like this if you enjoy music, dance, and horses. A short film titled instinct of color was released in 2012, and it included four OPI nail polish colors. It’s one of the most beautiful advertisements I’ve ever seen. DAN Paris, an advertising firm, was hired by ODI. They worked together to create a miracle. See it for yourself!

OPI Executive Vice President and Artistic Director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann declared that a nail color might transmit emotions and feelings on the inside of the wearer of nail paint.

Four women are shown conversing with each other through dance and color in this short clip.

They were able to express the dynamic, vibrant, and creative culture that typifies the OPI brand using a trained Thoroughbred that could reproduce the dancers’ moves with minimum computer modification.

The hero of this commercial is a stunning horse named Lady in Black, who was trained by Mario Lurasi, a French equestrian stunt trainer. Some of the dressage moments, however, are attributable to highly talented Photoshoppers and 3d animation; yet, the most of it is still true.

Their main goal was to have a seamless lifelike look for the animator and render, according to the website. They animated, rendered, and tracked 3D legs into multiple views, which show the horse performing some complicated movements.

Whether animated or not, the commercial is breathtaking beyond a beauty ad, it is a masterpiece. The 3-D model used by them was carefully matched with that of the real horse, which was then followed by their talented team of animators who worked hard to replicate the realistic movements matching the footage of the original horse. Without further ado, click on the link below to watch the stunning.