The past week I made a project for my class in Skillshare with Jake Bartlett “The Ultimate guide to shape layers in After Effects”. A quick gif inspired by a movie and since the movie, Roma by Alfonso Cuaron came out I’m kind of being obsessed with it and I thought this exercise was a good excuse to do something about with it and close …
The Film series by Norman McLaren & Grant Munro explaining the Animated motion techniques in the 70’s should be considered a National treasure. Thankful for the National Film Board of Canada for having it available on their website. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. Part 5. These are some examples of Norman McLaren work.
Beautiful Poser. And we are back at it for Part 2 of these animations. I’m looking forward to explore Typography and basic illustrations.
The one about frustration. I had to move on from this animation for the good of my sanity ha-ha. It took me a couple of days of walking away from the desk and trying to come back with better ideas but to be honest I did not have much luck with this either. I’m sure that as soon I press publish video and see it …
Keeping it simple.
Looking for balance.
In the cloud.
Untitled Inspired by one of my favorite tracks from Andrew Bayer feat. Alison May – Open End Resource (In My Next Life Mix). I will never get over it of how good he was that night of 2018 at CODA in Toronto.
David. I will need to get back to this one later and fix some of the timing with the teardrop but overall I’m pleased with my sad David.
Sweet and young drunk love.