Tag: cgi

Nov 26

Repurposing architecture with animation ‘Illuminique’ at Westfield Mall SF

I have written in the past in my Motion Comic Magic posts where I talk about re-purposing artwork from comics and books into animation, but today’s post is about re-purposing architecture with animation using video/architectural mapping. Basically a high-tech technique in which video is seamlessly projected on unusual surfaces to wrap it in animation and …

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Feb 13

Testing Blender+After Effects

I have always dabbled in animation, even doing a few semi-pro jobs in my youth. So I love how you can use technology to bring your art to life in new ways. This is a very rough test to create an elaborate multiplane shot for a friends trailer for his comic. The goal is to …

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Dec 15

Animated Cerebus 3D

From a 3d CGI fan-film based on Dave Sim’s comic character Cerebus. Find out more at www.cerebus3d.com. I admire any attempt to take something as graphic as comic art and bring it into three dimensions. To see more comic by artist/writer Dave Sim and images of his creation Cerebus. Check out these links. http://www.cerebustheaardvark.com/ • …

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Mar 31

Bjork’s Wanderlust

(via CartoonBrew) Singer Bjork has a cool new music video from a San Francisco studio that uses live action, CGI, stopmotion and some cool puppets. I love the production design. I think the look would make a good feature film. I am glad to see traditional arts such as puppets alive and well and used …

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