Really beautiful short doc showing how climate change is effecting a modern Inuit family.
I am at a complete loss to explain what a brilliant little film this is. Please watch.
Conan’s editors have some fun with Adobe Premiere Pro. Fun stuff guys.
This is a very impressive and exciting 3D short. Check it out.
So much is possible in a short period of time.
See more beautiful moments here.
This is one of the best animated short films I have seen in a long time. It’s magical when an artist breathes life into an inanimate object.
Big occasions and grand gestures aren’t necessary for creating lasting memories. The way we spend time with our families from day to day means so much more.
Here is a glimpse into a recent Saturday my daughter and I spent together and some of the daily wonders that caught my eye.
As a video editor and motion designer Art of the Title is one of the sites I frequent for inspiration (although it often leaves me feeling like a total hack). Their latest post, Goldtooth Creative’s slick title sequence for Deus Ex: Human Revolution, a video game, is a fascinating look at creative process. The interviews with Paul Furminger from Goldtooth Creative (director of the sequence) and Jean-François Dugas from Eidos-Montreal take us from original concept and sketches through various CG render passes and live action shooting to final product. And while there is a great deal to absorb and learn from this article, I must admit that the tipping point for me was seeing the title sequence for “The Six Million Dollar Man,” posted as one of their visual references (It’s all the way at the bottom). Suddenly I was seven years old again.
This is an amazing little piece. Just imagine he patience required. Not to mention that the filmmakers (a husband & wife team) didn’t kill each other.
Lisa Blonder Ohlenkamp and Sean Ohlenkamp, beautiful stuff. I can’t tell you how much i admire your creative drive.