The Season 1 Title Sequence was produced by the talented Jennifer Sofio Hall at Elastic and directed by Patrick Clair through the studio Antibody. The team at Antibody in Sydney, led by Senior Designer Raoul Marks and with compositing and animation support from Breeder, based in Brisbane, completed the design and animation phase.
The Season 1 Title Sequence was the winner of the 2014 Outstanding Main Title Design Emmy
Check out Antibody’s work on Vimeo here
Check out Elastic’s work on Vimeo here
The Art of The Title interview with Patrick Clair on the Season 1 Title Sequence can be found here
Created with the help of 3 other talented artists, Miguel Rodriguez, Alden Filion, and Leo Gonsalez, a UE4 visual direction demo for an unannounced project.
Mill+ recently continued their collaboration with OFFF, creating the title sequence to their latest on-the-road event held in Antwerp, Belgium. This weekend saw the grand reveal of the psychedelic sequence during the OFFF closing ceremony.
Explore the origin story of Overwatch’s inquisitive transforming robot in our fifth animated short: The Last Bastion!
Director: Fantasista Utamaro
Character Animation Director: ShiShi Yamazaki
Effect Animation Director: Tetsuya Tatamitani
Animators: Asuka Kuroda, Kanae Izumi, Sayuki Suudo, Yurihyang, Miyu Kobayashi, Ryunosuke Sakagami, Natsuki Mukai, Yuriko Sumi, Mana Matsumoto, Ryo Hashimoto, Suzuko Asawa, Momoco Uejima, Marin Seko, HIZGI, Minami Watanabe, yotube
This fan-made concept trailer is the work of Matt Vince. It was to develop a series of posters he made on the same theme previously:
The music is a beautiful piano piece by Kyle Landry (starts 2:42): https://youtu.be/oTmp4sukhKs?list=PLmhXyO5tP36bKSYFcieocx7_tmB82DPCw
Check out more of Vince’s work here on his Tumblr.
Stephen Silver gives his insight on drawing people and creative character design. He’s currently raising money for his new book. Support his kickstarter at: http://kck.st/2cPFWMz
Silver has designed characters for Disney Television Animation, Sony Feature Animation and Nickelodeon Animation, designing the style of the shows such as “Kim Possible”, “Danny Phantom”, Kevin Smith’s “Clerks” the animated series, and many more.
Check out Stephen’s portfolio here
It’s time for the third annual Humster3D competition for the best car render. It is the largest awards event for the car 3d modelling and visualisation industry. The competition, held in partnership with leading companies and 3d software manufacturers. Participation in the contest is open to all comers, whose works comply with the rules.
There are no limits for creativity: you can choose any automobile you like whether it is racing or imaginary vehicle. The winning entries will be published in magazines and get maximum attention from the community. Also, any participant can win additional prizes. We’re waiting for your works from September 13 to November 29.
Good luck and happy rendering!
Work In Progress can be posted on their forums here
Selection of Previous Winners: