Opening sequence created for the 2017 Jeonju International Film Festival in Jeonju, S. Korea.
"This short is a comically cynical vision of a future where the water is gone, all that’s left is dust and desperation. The Future is currently being screened at festivals locally and internationally." This honestly made me crack up with laughter..ha ha The concept is so bizarre, along with voice work that simply screams an episode of Benny Hill. With all that said pretty in genius character design. I can see why this made Vimeo's Staff Pick. It's very original and has a unique feel.
This is beautifully crafted motion piece. One of my favorite things in the world is astronomy.
Space is such a vast place and the unknown of asking always questioning “Are we alone out here??”.
Is definitely something that runs through most people’s minds.
This a student project “Graduation film from EMCA, Angoulême” which makes this more interesting.
No branding, product placement or advertising. Great job by the team of creators.
Semi Permanent 2017 opening titles created by Framestore
French animation compilation present for the STZAP fest.
As visual component this motion piece seems pretty straight forward. A trend many other designers have adapted over the last 2 years. Profiled on the bible for motion designers “Motionographer” blog. The artist Alex Mapar has worked in the industry for quite a few popular studios. Building a strong brand around his aesthetic visual take. Here a snippet of the interview Motionographer posted.
“I want to preface this incredibly indulgent answer (that’s the equivalent of me describing how I fine tune my lottery winnings) by saying how thankful and grateful I am every day for having this position of privilege. I have a nice job drawing pictures and making cartoons, that somehow pays the bills too. It’s amazing; I really mean that. There’s a million harder jobs out there and a million harder hardships to have to deal with, and I check my head with it every single day.”
Full article about the project link above.
Ash Thorp does it again. Despite the under whelming reviews everyone can agreed Ghost In The Shell highlights consist around it’s visual eye candy. Normal a piece like this would make it to my Daily Dose.
Great use of practical effects and animation.