Another animation for Pete Rigg at Hazelnut Films. 30 seconds, this time, short and sweet. The usual suspects behind the scenes – 3D Studio Max, After Effects, Logic Pro for the audio…
This was a lovely touch by someone on the production – as Bond phones to ask for information on a Mr. Greene, we cut to his headquarters, where Bond’s request is being transcribed to computer screen as he speaks. The system is so responsive that it briefly mis-anticipates (is that a word?) a W when Bond spells out “… double E …”, but it swiftly corrects itself. It’s a beautifully subtle way of suggesting that it’s an extremely fast and adaptive computer they have there. Mmmm. Most memorable bit of the film for me. Unfortunately. Nice touch, that, though, so all’s not lost
Made this last week:
Created in 3 days. 3 long, long days. Martyn did the VO – another sterling job 🙂
I’ve created an animation for Pete at Hazelnut Films – just like the previous one, the idea is that the film will be sold to a number of SEO companies to use on their sites, with the “Your Logo” bits replaced with theirs.
Lately I’ve been getting into Maxscript, a way of generating 3D objects and animations by scripting. It allows 3D artists to create complex procedural animations without having to create each object and animation manually…
Animation and music by me (sorry, the music’s a bit repetitive but it was better than the library alternatives…)
Animation etc by me – music by Jon Cotton at Poseidon