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October, 2010


October 27, 2010 7:05 pm

The Japanese Popstars Feat. Green Velvet – Let Go

The continual morphing and mutating of faces and shapes in this animated music video for The Japanese Popstars both fascinates and disturbs me in equal measures. It reminds me of the work os Blu.

Created in just 20 intensive days, using a combination of Flash, After Effects and traditional hand drawn animation techniques. Directed by David Wilson.

October 23, 2010 7:28 pm


This beautiful abstract video installation from Candas Sisman is inspired by the works of sculptor İlhan Koman. It explores a continuity of movement, with morphing transformations from 2D to 3D shapes, echoing the structural elements of Koman’s own work.

Commissioned by Plato Art Space

October 4, 2010 7:16 pm

Starting at the NCCA

Today was the first day of the Digital Effects MA at the NCCA. I’m pretty excited to be on this course, it feels like the beginning of a new stage in my life and a move towards becoming a real post production professional. I will be learning high-end visual effects tools: Houdini for 3D CGI and Nuke for compositing.

I’m really excited to be getting started with this.