I was recently asked to bring some still images to life with a bit of a 3D effect (strictly speaking, 2.5D). Here’s an example of a still image I’ve brought to life with the magic of 3D. Although there are innumerable tutorials out there on how to do this kind of thing, I might post some tricks on how to make it easier to set things up, if anyone’s interested:
I was recently asked to recreate the Star Trek transporter effect, in order to make this guy disappear in-shot (the effect from the new Star Trek films, not the older films). A bit of rotoscoping and some particles with loads of motion blur and we’re done!
Gotta love After Effects 🙂
Rotoscoping, character animation and compositing for satirical comedy videos.
I was recently tasked with some rotoscoping and compositing work for a couple of satirical videos (to be released soon). Here’s a snippet of one of them. I rotoscoped Ariana Grande out of her Focus music video, replacing her with an animated Donald Trump character:
How do you make the most of now?
I created this microsite for Dare Digital back in 2005, to promote a competition running alongside BBH‘s Vodafone ‘Mayfly’ TV campaign. Users can create a mayfly with a personal message attached, which lives for just 24 hours and wanders around the environment. The best life-affirming message won a drive around Monza with Michael Schumacher in his Ferrari. Continue reading Vodafone ‘Mayfly’ website
An endless driving experience through the streets of LA.
I created the interactive video site for this campaign back in 2008, Night-Driving by Golf, for DDB London. It was shot in LA by Noam Murro. The voiceover is Under Milkwood by Dylan Thomas, narrated by Richard Burton; the music is by Cliff Martinez, which you may recognise from the Solaris soundtrack. Continue reading Night-Driving by Golf