Count on Me
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A girl is commissioned to paint over an old concrete illustration, in which to her surprise, sinks into.
She befriends a painted dragon who has a wing missing.
- Music composed by Denny Schneidemesser
- Violinist – Taryn J. Harbridge
- Low & Tin Whistle – Kristin Naigus
- Sound Design by Glenn Harfagre
This is my type animation experiment, Alphabetic.
I used the font CHUNK FIVE, wich is a really cool and free font. I had a lot of fun doing this piece! Can’t hardly wait for the next one…
- Made by Ariel Costa (blinkmybrain »)Sound by Marcelo Baldin (combustion)
- Special thanks to Studio Nitro (www.studionitro.tv) Thanks for all support guys!
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will (director’s cut)
thank you for everyone who helped me making this film
Eusong Lee (director) // Visual Development, Story, Animation
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- Julian Kleiss (composer & musician) > http://www.juliankleiss.bandcamp.com
- Paul Fraser (Sound Designer) > http://www.paulfrasermusic.com
- Tomio Ueda (co-arrangement & mixing) > http://www.tomioueda.us
- Dario Barrera (Voice)
OPEN SHOW (2012) – PRODUCERS’ SHOW (2012 WALTER&GRACIE LANTZ ANIMATION PRIZE)
Patterned by Nature
Patterned by Nature was commissioned by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (http://naturalsciences.org) for the newly built Nature Research Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. The exhibit celebrates our abstraction of nature’s infinite complexity into patterns through the scientific process, and through our perceptions. It brings to light the similarity of patterns in our universe, across all scales of space and time. 10 feet wide and 90 feet in length, this sculptural ribbon winds through the five story atrium of the museum and is made of 3600 tiles of LCD glass. It runs on roughly 75 watts, less power than a laptop computer. Animations are created by independently varying the transparency of each piece of glass. The content cycles through twenty programs, ranging from clouds to rain drops to colonies of bacteria to flocking birds to geese to cuttlefish skin to pulsating black holes. The animations were created through a combination of algorithmic software modeling of natural phenomena and compositing of actual footage. An eight channel soundtrack accompanies the animations on the ribbon, giving visitors clues to the identity of the pixelated movements. In addition, two screens show high resolution imagery and text revealing the content on the ribbon at any moment.
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Sources : Digital Playpen