Thursday, June 30, 2011

Coldplay - Every Teardrop is a Waterfall

It's likely that you'll hear this song a million times this summer but the music video is pretty cool... stop motion and graffiti. It does look a little like Chris Martin has Tourettes but it's a fun and colorful video.

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Monday, June 27, 2011

This girl is a composite!

Guess which girl is 150gb of animation? Who needs actors anymore!



Read the article at Gizmodo

Here's the Making of:

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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Grog- Inferno in the Woods

Some nice tracking with Imagineer mocha.

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Monday, June 13, 2011

Inspirations: Webby Edition: 2011 Webby Award in Animation to "Do You Know What Nano Means?"



2011 Webby Award for Animation in the Online Film & Video Category: "Do You Know What Nano Means?" for Wonderville

Artist: Daniel Gies http://danielgies.carbonmade.com/

"Nano may mean small, very small, but when it comes to making your body work it is big, very big. If your fingernail is about one millimeter thick, and a nanometer is one millionth of a millimeter, you can imagine that there are a lot of nanomaterials making up that small space."

Tutorial: Basic Head rotations using 3D Layers, Distortion Mesh & Expressions in After Effects

Posted by Daniel Gies on Vimeo.



Basic Head rotations using 3D Layers, Distortion Mesh & Expressions in After Effects

"This is a really quick overview of one method to approach head rotations and Blink animations. It is not a definitive method, but if your character design suites the process it can be quite effective.

I just skim over the expressions and property linking so if you need a more detailed overview of linking sliders to layer attributes check out my earlier tutorial on Using Sliders."

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Friday, June 10, 2011

Baa - Cyriak

Some freaky Friday fun from Cyriak, all done in After Effects. It's pretty incredible!

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Thursday, June 09, 2011

Inspirations: Linkin Park - Iridescent // Ghost Town Media

Inspirations: Linkin Park - Iridescent // Ghost Town Media



Via Ghost Town Media's Blog: "We just finished the new video for Linkin Park’s “Iridescent” which will be featured in Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. We worked very closely once again with Joe Hahn of LP to bring his concept to life. Check it out! Make sure to watch it in 1080p HD! (We’ll have our own 1080 version on our site ASAP)" Visit Ghost Town Media's Site

Behind the Scenes



And Check out Ghost Town Media's 2011 Reel on Vimeo

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Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Inspirations: You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks/ Reuben Sutherland

Seasick Steve’s You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks by Reuben Sutherland



Seasick Steve
You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks (Pias)
Director: Reuben Sutherland
Prod co: Joyrider Films

Full spiel on Promo News

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Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Seasons by Erica Haowei Hu

Seasons from Erica Haowei Hu on Vimeo.


"Seasons is a surreal motion graphics animation based on the changing seasons. Beginning with spring, the richly hued illustrations in this work come alive as they transform in color and rhythmic tempo to reveal the full seasonal spectrum.

Software: After Effects, Cinama 4D, Maya(Goldfish and Jellyfish)"

Thanks to Becky Padilla for posting.

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Friday, June 03, 2011

Flashback Friday: ""CNN" News Network Motion Graphic circa 1991" by Robert Lyons

"CNN" News Network Motion Graphic. Read the description: (Should be titled "Don't Complain About Renders")



"Produced in 1991 at R. Greenberg Associates in NYC, by Anezka Sabek, this CNN logo with the (not included) James Earl Jones voice-over was used for the next 7-8 years as the station identification. I was hired as technical director to shoot this to 35mm film on their Oxberry camera. It may not look like it, but this five seconds of film, after all the tests were completed, took almost 18 hours to shoot and involved over 100 separate exposures on the film including slit-scans and strobes of each piece as it flies in. I saved the optical exposure sheets that I drew up for this job because they were among the most complicated I had ever done."

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