anthology of work
twitter google+ facebook pinterest

This is meant to be a template to showcase any retailer at this shopping center, I used text animation properties and lots of pre-comps. I learned a lot on this project. Music is some Django inspired tune found on freesound.com

Motion Graphics: bounce

September 20, 2018

I have had a long-standing interest in After Effects, well over 10 years, and only used it a few times. This project was created to pair up with some previously designed backlit ad cabinets. It was displayed on a huge TV screen in a shopping center in DC. The bounce part was done with expressions, it took a while to find the right look.

Mr. Fuchs

September 14, 2017
mr. fuchs

I love mugshots and ID shots, somewhere I found a collection of ID shots of people who worked on the atomic bomb project in New Mexico in the 40s. This guy’s pic interested me, some research showed that he was German, emigrated to the US to work on the project. Later, he gave secrets to the Russians and spent some time in prison. The pic was hand colored, and composited with an old scan from a Life Magazine ad.

A dwelling by in the sea

December 18, 2016
homes in the sea

This is an often seen idea: stacked dwellings in a pile of some sort. I’ve wanted to make my own version for a while, and have several versions of this. It started drawn on paper, scanned and traced in Illustrator, then I added textures in Pshop. I’m mostly pleased, and may animate this some way.

unblock2

Another creative project from The Jealous Curator. The project was to document, in any way you want, the contents of your medicine cabinet. I started to draw the items, hated that. Photographed them in horrible light, I was going to trace them in either Illustrator or ArtRage, but lost interest in that too. Finally, I mucked around w/ them in Pshop, layered them and added color and type. There are three 11×17 designs, all crammed here. The lower part shows some more detail. I have a moderate amount of happiness with these designs. There was some desperation and some happy accidents, and that’s where the magic happens.