Some really nice grungy, hand drawn retro treatment to basketball footage in this main title for “Shut up and dribble”
A great rant using big named players shot on greenscreen and collaged with lots of GFX.
Nice 3d colourful animation with pulling and pushing assets into the scene.
Looks to me like a football title for Japanese or Korean channel.
Black & white disruptive video effects from Elastic.
Lovely work from Jan Sladecko for Nova Sport
Some great motion graphics from a documentary on the discovery of the scale of the Russian doping program.
Director: Bryan Fogel, Animations: Office of Development & Design
Some great 3D motion graphics from Feed Me Light
Creative Direction : Feed Me Light
Lead Creatives: Denis Bodart / Olivier Pirard
Supervisor: Olivier Pirard
Storyboarding: Denis Bodart
Previz: Ricardo David
3D Modeling, Animation, Lighting: Olivier Pirard
Mograph: Kris Cook
Compositing: Olivier Pirard
Sound/Music: Stelian Derenne
Art and Graft produce another carefully design short promoting the Olympics in collaboration with the Lottery and ITV. A pleasant mix of 2D and 3D rendered seamlessly in a coherent design style.
A mix of 2D and 3D animation in this stylish music video. Animation by Brunch & amazing Cinematography.
Often seen as part bumpers during football matches these William Hill adverts combine live action and lots of different styles but it’s the comic strip overlays that appeal most to me.
One of a series of promos for Ultimate Fighter on Fox using rapid editing and splashes of hand-drawn type and scratched elements. By State Design.
Using flat colours to create a mix of 3D and 2D with transitions separating it out from a crowded genre of similar films. Screen print texture added to give it that old racing poster feel too.
Parallax used to the highest degree to create these idents by Brothers & Sisters. Although looking like slowed down footage, stills were placed within a 3D environment, composited with animated details and moved with a virtual camera.
For this year’s US Open Tennis tournament, IBM and Ogilvy & Mather invited ‘Buck’ out to Arthur Ashe Stadium to create live video animations using data from the tournament, delivered via Instagram. Using live data meant designing and deploying a custom toolkit and workflow that could shift with the on-court action, delivering responsive data-based animations, rendered and uploaded in minutes.
Great work based on the uses of salt by Gentleman Scholar and commissioned by Grey SF.
lots of watercolour washes bring in the video which itself has been treated with the watercolour look.
John Allison and Chris Bovill, Creative Directors of 4creative where the drivers behind the 45 hours of footage, shot over two days using 44 cameras and a cast and crew of almost 300 people, including race and stunt horses and jockeys to achieve the ambitious final film.
Nice title sequence using interesting motion on hockey notation and jump cut editing
Battles of the badges in this new animated title sequence for the Euros.
The new 2012 trailer for Wimbledon from Red Bee Media. Still trying to work out whether this this could have been achieved without painstaking attention to detail.
Nice use of text within video clips.
Quayola (aka ‘dQ’) and Memo Akten through digital production outfit Nexus Interactive Arts, have created ‘Forms’, a multiscreen digital artwork commissioned by the National Media Museum for the exhibition In the Blink of an Eye: Media and Movement, which is part of the Cultural Olympiad programme.
Very good use of presenter in a studio cut with very stylised graphics. Design & Animation: Oz Smith
Creative Director: Greg Millar for BBC sport.
A study in high speed photography or clever morphing of stills using twixter plugin for After Effects.
Animated pitch using a form of parallaxing to create an extreme slow-motion effect of a horse mid-jump.
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Pitched idea, coming from a reflective idea, emitting the images of sport off the dark black emerging cubes. By placing the sports footage in different 3D spaces the images reflected and combined on different surfaces.
Sky Sports idents mixing live action footage with CGI smashing glass. The figures were rotoscoped and added into 3D environments.