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Bricktop’s Café, by Rafael Luna

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Those animations were produced for the opening of the Bricktop’s Coffee shop in João Pessoa-PB, Brazil.
Animações produzidas para divulgação no instagram da inauguração do Bricktop’s Café em João Pessoa/PB, Brasil.

Client: Bricktop’s Café
Direction and animation: Rafael Luna
Design: Leandro Luna

Further info at:
http://ift.tt/2p5noBB

Bricktop’s Café by Rafael Luna

Man Seeking Woman Main Titles by DK Studios, by DIGITAL KITCHEN

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www.dkstudios.com

DK teamed up with FXX to create the main title sequence for the network’s new original comedy “Man Seeking Woman,” starring Jay Baruchel and created by former “SNL” writer Simon Rich.

Based on Rich’s book of short stories, “The Last Girlfriend on Earth,” the series is a sweet and absurdist look at the surreal life-and-death stakes of dating and the quest for love —centered on Josh Greenberg (Baruchel).

DK crafted an iconic graphic approach for the titles, meant to contrast with the show’s live action. In the sequence, symbols of ordinary dating life mix with over-the-top, genre-spanning imagery, reflecting the unique narrative device used in the series. Packed into 30 seconds, the titles are filled with action and fun moments to keep each viewing fresh and engaging. Viewers are sure to catch new details each time they watch.

Client: FX

​ECD: Camm Rowland
CD: Elliot Lim
Animator: Chris Carboni
Animator: Elliot Lim
EP: Colin Davis
Producer: Blake Nickle
Soundtrack: Original score by Photay
Production Co: Broadway Video, FX Productions

Man Seeking Woman Main Titles by DK Studios by DIGITAL KITCHEN

PANO | LA – 10K, by SCIENTIFANTASTIC

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PLEASE WATCH FULLSCREEN IN FULL HD

Shooting Pano LA has been the most ambitious, challenging, demanding, and rewarding project I have worked on to date. It was shot over a period of two years entirely in true panoramic form using two synced DSLR cameras side by side. The resulting panoramic timelapse footage comes in at a whopping 10K x 4K resolution when stitched. I did not shoot this film to achieve the extreme resolution. I shot it for the panoramic look, especially the compressed look you get when using long lenses.

Shooting panoramic timelapse was something I had always wanted to do. I love panoramic images and wanted to bring that look to timelapse, and I wanted to do it proper, not by faking it by just cropping the top and bottom of regular timelapse shots. I gave it a try many years ago but was never able to get the images from the two cameras to sync properly and get the images to stitched together correctly.

A couple years ago I was contacted by a client wanting some panoramic timelapse shots of LA. I told them I had tried it in the past and it did not work out to well, but that I am willing to give it another try. So I purchased some new gear and set out to my local testing locations in Malibu. The initial shots were successful so I continued shooting / testing for the next couple weeks. At that point I had acquired a few good test shots to show the client and sent them over to them. Long story short I never heard back from them about the project, but I kept shooting anyways. If it was not for that failed job/project I probably would have never got around to giving panoramic timelapse another try.

For licensing inquiries:
Please email me using the contact form on my site for the quickest response ( http://ift.tt/2eEPADn ). All footage available in 10K, 8K, 4K resolutions and multiple aspect ratios.

You can follow me at:
Facebook – http://ift.tt/1sMuNNC
Instagram – http://ift.tt/1aa1yfd
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/scientifantasti
Website – http://ift.tt/Mp0OoL
Email – joe@scientifantastic.com

Music: “Death in a garden” by Lowercase Noises ( http://ift.tt/s2s6sb )

Gear Used:
2 Canon 5DIII cameras
2 of each Canon 24-70mm, 24-105mm, and 70-200mm lenses
Custom build panoramic rig
RamperPro
Custom dual trigger intervalometer

Motion Control:
Kessler Crane TLS with Second Shooter ( http://ift.tt/oZJKwo )

A big THANK YOU to:
Chris Pritchard ( http://chrispzero.com )
Dustin Kukuk ( http://ift.tt/29tMGC5 )
Andrew Walker ( http://ift.tt/XrwOjb )
Colin Rich ( http://www.deer-dog.com )
Matt Givot ( http://timeflymedia.com )

PANO | LA – 10K by SCIENTIFANTASTIC

Signal / Void – Pause 2017 Motion Response, by Scott Geersen

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Created for Pause Fest 2017: http://ift.tt/Uok3Ta
Signal/Void is about a darker view of the networks we belong to and take part in every day: some voluntary, some unseen.
The mechanisms of these networks are designed to keep us plugged in by delivering stories, information and images – hopes and dreams – that directly feed our own desires and version of reality.
But the cold truth is that the ultimate goal is often the collection, quantification, analysis and storage of our very selves, and so these networks are carefully maintained to best keep us blindly acquiescent. The system is addictive and hard to escape. It sucks up time, closes our eyes to the world around us, and blinds us to true human connection.

Credits:
Direction: Scott Geersen
Design and 3D: Substance
Edit: Joseph Morris
Music: David O’Brien
Sound Design: Geoff Case

Software:
Maxon Cinema 4D R18, Octane Render, Adobe After Effects

Signal / Void – Pause 2017 Motion Response by Scott Geersen

Signal / Void – Pause 2017 Motion Response, by Scott Geersen

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Created for Pause Fest 2017: http://ift.tt/Uok3Ta
Signal/Void is about a darker view of the networks we belong to and take part in every day: some voluntary, some unseen.
The mechanisms of these networks are designed to keep us plugged in by delivering stories, information and images – hopes and dreams – that directly feed our own desires and version of reality.
But the cold truth is that the ultimate goal is often the collection, quantification, analysis and storage of our very selves, and so these networks are carefully maintained to best keep us blindly acquiescent. The system is addictive and hard to escape. It sucks up time, closes our eyes to the world around us, and blinds us to true human connection.

Credits:
Direction: Scott Geersen
Design and 3D: Substance
Edit: Joseph Morris
Music: David O’Brien
Sound Design: Geoff Case

Software:
Maxon Cinema 4D R18, Octane Render, Adobe After Effects

Signal / Void – Pause 2017 Motion Response by Scott Geersen

VFX Games – The Art of Compositing, by Roy Peker

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A short project that I have created that explains what is VFX and especially Digital Compositing.
This project was made to showcase my skills alongside my creativity, I was responsible for
all of the 2D aspect of it and supervising the team that was working on their own special
skills such as 3D, Matchmove, Grading, Sound design and much more…..!

Credits of who ever worked or donated his work are being showed in the end of the
video so please feel free to stay and watch until the end.

Special thanks & Links –

CG was created and donated by Dmitriev Vasiliy:
http://ift.tt/2kB3CKh

SFX was donated by Bluezone Corporation:
http://ift.tt/2lzsEbt

Thanks for watching!

Contact Mail –
pekerroy@gmail.com

VFX Games – The Art of Compositing by Roy Peker

Analogue Loaders, by Raphael Vangelis

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This short film is my animated autobiography. I spend most of my life swearing at the computer because it’s crashed or isn’t working. Here, well known digital symbols are turned into something analogue and playful. The result is an homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.

Making Of: http://ift.tt/2kKP7DH
http://ift.tt/2kZWvJS

Design, Direction, Animation: Raphael Vangelis

Music & Sound Design: Antfood
Cel Animation: Matthieu Petit, Joey McCormick, David Schagerström, Aparajita R., Raphael Vangelis
Director of Photography: Florian Juri, Raphael Vangelis
Model Making: Elizabeth Peach, Domo Suki, Bryony Hooper, Julia Caram, Raphael Vangelis
Production Assistance: Victoria Waterhouse-Taylor
Compositing: Leanne Pletersky, Tiago Barbosa, Duncan Horn, Raphael Vangelis
Color Grading: Daniel de Vue

Big Thanks to:
Hector MacLeod
Glassworks
Land Salzburg
Land Oberoesterreich
Stadt Salzburg

Analogue Loaders by Raphael Vangelis