I used to make graphics and I still do. Some are old and some are new. Either way they’re here for you. Hip hip hooray and whoop-de-doo!
No Mercy – A 48 Hour Film by Pixel Drop
Well folks it looks like Pixel Drop just won best film in the Richmond 48 Hour Film Festival for the second year in a row! Our team will once again be competing in the next round of the competition during the Filmapalooza Festival next year. Holy Crap! …Also check out some post-production behind the scenes below. Tutorial to follow soon…
Check back for a tutorial on how I created the knife stab… coming soon!
Lauren and I shot a themed monthly photoshoot in front of my couch and then turned it into a calendar!
This year we took the 48 Hour film festival by storm, taking home 5 awards including Best Graphics and Best Film!
If you’d like to see a tutorial of the mask-reveal technique, send me a message under contact .
This spot for carpenter company features a 3D animated pillow in a live-action environment. I used light-capturing 360° bracketed photos to create a 32-bit light sphere of each real-world set. Shadows and color were applied to the render automatically! And then came the compositing…
Want to see some more behind the scenes? Lemme know! Also, you can download one of the scene files here:3D scene for Tru Cool.
This video explains how a couple big pieces of metal in your engine compartment make it so your car can go different speeds. I modeled everything except the shell, and rigged it up in Cinema 4D.
If you’d like to see a tutorial of the rigging and animation techniques, send me a message under contact .