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An animated sequence was created for the property company Cushman & Wakefield, to be played at the opening of their annual sales conference. This particular conference took place in Barcelona, and the title of the event was One World, One Vision. I decided to use the most famous Salvador Dali painting, The Persistence of Memory, and animate it.
I used a digital version of the painting and recreated it using 3D Studio Max to allow the camera to move around the painting as if it were a real landscape. I quickly came up with the idea for the start of the animation to have a hand dropping the earth into the painting. The client’s logo was also incorporated into the final frames, replacing the melting clock face on the tree branch.
Here are some still frames from the animation.
This was produced using all the standard effects within After Effects. It’s not for a client, it was done more for a test to see how far I could push the animated stroke effect. This effect was then rendered to a few 3D layers, in conjunction with glow and echo.
Various projects complied into a two minute showreel. The majority of the work was produced in 3DStudio Max with the final edit being produced with Premiere Pro, using a Digisuite RT system. The showreel can be provided at full PAL resolution on DVD.
The shotlist for this showreel is as follows:
“Looking for bright ideas” – VIEW>
Client: Vismed Ltd.
Responsibilities: Concept, Design, Texturing, Lighting, Animation
Video Ident produced for Vismed Ltd. This ident was used on CDRoms for marketing purposes.
The animation was produced in 3D Max and After Effects (magnify effect), and edited with Premiere.
This animated ident was produced using 3D Studio Max and Premiere.
This is an animated logo produced for Janssen-Cilag. It was produced using 3D Max via an animated loft object.