Videos Straight-away I was reminded of Jake Fried, but only in materials/process. It’s clear that Emanuele is also intuitively fleshing out the movement frame-by-frame as he goes but his work is unique in that there’s no figurative elements to recognize; only abstract geometry and form that, when quilted together, comes across as both familiar and foreign. I’m reminded of the notebooks I used to fill with random scribbles while bored out of my mind in high school: I’d start with a stray line or a random shape and then try to make sense of it with the remaining paper, as if the choatic mess left by my pen was what I had intended to create from the beginning. It was a way to pass the time and entertain myself instead of blankly staring at the clock, fantasizing about the bell that would eventually set me free. Thanks for passing this one along, Sam Lillard!
Derek Lieu – Editor » 25 Simple Tricks for Better Motion Graphics I’m an editor by trade, not a motion designer which means I wish I wasn’t the one writing this article or the one who made the video, because I know there are more qualified artists out there. I make gradual improvements to my After Effects skills, but I don’t feel comfortable selling myself exclusively as a motion graphics artist. That said, I think more lists like this should exist especially for people just getting started in motion graphics. This is a collection of techniques that I noticed overlap in a lot of video tutorials that I’ve watched over the years. This isn’t the be all and end all guide BY FAR, nor is this intended as a full tutorial.
Creative Network Belgium - Agency/Studio Profiles We believe that connecting the right people generates high quality work. Sign up We give freelancers & studios a place where they can showcase what they do best to a professional audience, and we offer companies a way to find the perfect creative for the job. Illustration « Hydro74 I was getting ready to work on a project when I noticed a folder I actually forgot about. It was a old illustration mock for a client (that never paid, ha) from about 2 years ago. The illustration is decent. But i will never get a use out of it.
santos cerdos ! Funeral is a story about a trio of slackers who like to watch car accidents.At this moment this is my most personal work. This short film is my graduation project from digital animation. It was first presented on February 2014 at the Universidad Veritas. High Resolution Rats and everything we know about them.Taken from the Santoscerdos Animal Encyclopaedia. Chapter: ‘Animals that survived the XXIst Century’Text: Dirt•Squeaks•Hair•Bites•Plague•Diseases• This Robot plays blues and jazz music, that’s his function. At this very moment he is performing Idle Moments, as played by Grant Green on 1964.Este robot está programado para tocar jazz y blues, una especie de rocola que deleita tanto con su música como con su ejecución.
Cinema 4D Congratulations to Michael Rinnan for winning the Five Second Project for March. His entry had a great concept and was outfitted with excellent lighting, atmosphere, camera movements and sound design. We wanted to know a little bit more about Michael’s entry, so we asked him a few questions regarding his workflow and the process for creating his winning piece. Where do you work? What is your title? Rare Photos: Hitler's Bunker, Captured by LIFE Photographer In April 1945, as Russian and German troops fought — savagely, street by street — for control of the German capital, it became increasingly clear that the Allies would win the war in Europe. Not long after the two-week battle for Berlin ended, 33-year-old LIFE photographer William Vandivert was on the scene, photographing the city’s devastated landscape — and the eerie, almost unfathomable scene inside the bunker where Adolf Hitler spent the last months of his life; where he and Eva Braun were married; and where, just before war’s end, the two killed themselves. Between August 1940 and March 1945 American, Royal Air Force and Soviet bombers launched more than 350 air strikes on Berlin; tens of thousands of civilians were killed, and countless buildings — apartment buildings, government offices, military installations — were obliterated. Vandivert, LIFE reported, “found almost every famous building [in Berlin] a shambles.
Tattoo Aftercare Posted on December 4, 2013 by lenny . Episode 6 of AOL On’s new original series My Ink features NASCAR Pit Crew queen and Cross-Fit expert Christmas Abbott. Christmas utilizes her past to fuel her fire on the track and in the gym. She’s out to prove that with handwork and dedication she can break through any glass ceilings in the sports world all while adorned with her favorite ink. Google+ Posted on December 3, 2013 by lenny .
Cineversity on Vimeo Cineversity (cineversity.com) is a CINEMA 4D online training and education resource dedicated to helping creative professionals, educators and students maximize their potential. The site features nearly 2,000 tutorials on some of the industry’s most advanced 3D graphics and visual effects techniques as well as resources, a knowledgebase, forums and instructional tips on MAXON software for users from beginner to award-winning artist. Cineversity is the first stop for the many respected educational facilities that rely on MAXON CINEMA 4D as a core element of their visual arts programs in graphics, animation, and design, including the Savannah College of Art and Design, Vancouver Film School, Ex’pression College for Digital Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, and Art Center College of Design. External Links Cineversity
3.5 Auto-Retopology: - Revolutionary to the Industry! Auto-retopology, (AUTOPO), with user defined guides for accurate edge loops. Use a convenient wizard to help you identify desired areas of mesh density and to define the flow of edge loops. Bulking Out a Puppet- Mail Man I think I'll take a little break from talking about my puppet head construction and save part III for another time. Today I'll be showing the progress of adding padding to bulk out my puppet. Unlike 'Elle' (Our actress character) who's body is mostly sculpted and cast in silicone, the Mail Man's will be padded out using sponges and foams since most of his body is covered by his uniform. Once the armature is padded out his clothing will be made to fit and sewn together using real fabrics. There will be two Mail Man puppets used for filming so I will be working on both armatures simultaneously to make sure the two puppets are padded identically. You can find out more about the construction of these armature on my brothers blog HERE.