rotoscoping ¦ title sequences ¦ promotions and graphics

Rotoscoping

 

mood indigo wire removal

Original shot

Mood Indigo (L'Ecume Des Jours)

A Michel Gondry film produced by Brio Films (2013)

Brief:

Remove wire from animation.

This shot required reconstruction and reanimation of the snowflake and creating a clean animated plate for the trees.

Mood Indigo leg replacement

Original shot

Mood Indigo (L'Ecume Des Jours)

2013

Brief:

Rotoscope real legs out and replace background with a clean plate.

Tracking and plate reconstruction were used to make this effect work.

mood indigo greenscreen

Original shot

Mood Indigo (L'Ecume Des Jours)

2013

Brief:

Remove greenscreen and spill. Remove legs. Add grinder.
Michel Gondry was very happy to let us exeperiment so limbs were added and lots of blood!

mood indigo add jungle

Original shot

Mood Indigo(L'Ecume Des Jours)

2013

Brief:

Integrating the forest with the mouse running into the footage of an empty, dark and grainy corridor.

Tracking was used to match the movement of the shot, then rotoscoping on the legs and plants to merge the two shots together.

Mood Indigo animate shadow

Original shot

Mood Indigo (L'Ecume Des Jour

2013

Brief:

Animate the shadow being run over and integrate it with a second shot of the shadow after it was crushed.

Mood Indigo add freeway

Original shot

Mood Indigo (L'Ecume Des Jours)

2013

Brief:

Integrate highway and foundations. This was done with the SFX supervisor Romain Strabol

 

Title Sequences

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Les Grandes Traversées

2013

A four episode documentary series on South East Asia and religion. I was asked to make a series of maps and animate a title sequence and credit sequence

Artscape

2010

I created this as a possible opening title sequence for an Australian art review show. Unfortunately it never made it to air, but here it is. All Australian art was provided by the ABC.

Created using 3DS Max, After Effects and Photoshop.

Tom More

2009

Title sequence created for a documentary on Tom Moore, an Australian glassblowing artist. All art was created and provided by Tom Moore.

Created using After Effects, Photoshop and a touch of 3DS Max.

Circus Oz

2009

Opening titles for a three part documentary about an Australian circus troupe. I animated and composited three title sequences and several breakers for these documentaries.

Created using After Effects, Photoshop and 3DS Max.

Woman's Basketball

2009

Women's basketball opening titles for ABC Sports.

All vision was provided by the ABC.


Created using Adobe Premiere, After Effects and Red Giant's Trapcode plugins.

ABC news Breakfast

2008

This was created along with the design for the set and backgrounds for ABC News Breakfast. A low budget early morning news show on ABC2.

 

 

Created using After Effects, Photoshop and 3DS Max.

 

Promotions and graphics

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iView - now on Sony PS3

2010

This was created as a promotional video for the website / on demand video platform called Iview. This promo was created to show that Iview is now available on Sony's Play Station 3. The footage for the screens was provided by the ABC.

This was created using After Effects except for the logo which was created with 3DS Max.

Dr Who - how do you ABC

2010

A short ABC promotional animation created as one of many animations all in different styles. Images and footage provided by ABC.

Created using After Effects, Photoshop, 3DS Max and Illustrator.

 

ABC VFL Promo clip

2010

A promo video for VFL on ABC television.


Created using 3DS Max.

Collection of various works

2009-2010

Bits and pieces created for Artscape - the art documentary department of ABC television. These jobs were generally created within a day or less.


Created using After Effects, Photoshop.