Something I will take away from this project, knowing when to use a different approach for colouring. Which can be done in either one of the three software. Each having their own pros and cons.
One of the more challenging transitions of this piece. Still need to work on the background.
Tricky one, used a lot of brush strokes and objects to give the sense of motion.
Added some shading and texture. Lots of big brushes and layers.
One of my favourite shots from this piece. Adding some loose dirt from the back tyre will take it to the next level.
Trying to work with animated brush strokes for the foreground and background. Working on improving the timing and texture. The goal is to bring out the dirt and grain in the brush strokes.
An animatic for an idea I’ve had in my head for a while. I follow the UCI downhill racing, where bike brands battle each to be the fastest bike in the series.
I wanted to visualise a bike brand around horses and bikes. So far I have the rider pass from the horse to bike. Early days.
This is a Pink Floyd logo reveal I’ve been working on. I have been a fan of their work for sometime now and I’d like to achieve something that reflects their brand.
An idea for a sports logo reveal. Created in Photoshop, frame by frame (24 fps).
Whilst browsing my work you may have noticed the logo sitting in the corner. This is actually my logo, a design that I like to change, depending on where it is being used.
Google are a great example of using this technique. Their designs are themed around global events and traditional holidays. My love of fast fluid motion and fascination in Sharks, is reflected in this animation.
Why is there no team green? Just an idea that may blossom one day.
The previous version lacked anticipation. Hopefully this version fills what was missing.
Animating in Photoshop has always appealed to me, because I think it excels in its features for drawing.
This was drawn on 2s at 24 frames per second, and I used the video layers method in Photoshop. Get in touch if you have any questions.