Follow a 3D stroke as it draws on shapes and objects. Nice work from Buck.tv.
This is the tale of Nomex & Kevlar.
The Mill create another machine driven title sequence, this time for the D&AD awards. Photorealistic CGI models based around their pencil motif, animate in a variety of mouse-trap style movements to reveal logos of the awards supporters.
A charming film by Grant Orchard using papier mache and lo-fi props to make this hand-made cardboard video on recycling.
Prologue piece together a clever device shooting close-ups with a muted palette and short depth of field. The series is a modern take on Sherlock Holmes by CBS starring Lucy Liu as Watson. I know, right.
Sculpted steel tubes shape the car body and details as the 3D camera traverses through the space.
Title sequence using minatures and macro lenses to create space with tiny figures.
WWF advert using CGI rope to create shapes and figures, showing how everything is simply connected.
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Titles for an old BBC Knowledge slot on Non-English language cinema. Shot in and around London and projections were composited later.
Sometimes descriptions don’t do projects justice – and anyone hearing about a collaborative stop motion sculpture might be forgiven for switching off a bit. But wait – Möbius by Eness is a real humdinger, taking over Melbourne’s main square with beguiling, playful, gently-limegreen loveliness.