Cool tracking and 3D schematic animation based around car parts.
Japanese digital artist and director Daito Manabe’s latest collaboration with UK electro-master Squarepusher
Some really nice 3D popup animations integrated into live action shots here, from Martijn Hogenkamp.
Collaborating direct with the Next Generation incubator team at Dell, PostPanic took on their challenge of telling the story of Dell’s future forecasting with regard to technology and the way we will use it within our lives.
Production company Aggressive developed a unique concept combining sunny live-action with whimsical 2d animation, eventually crafting an entire, illustrated, animation-driven Beech Nut factory set on the wooden table of a cozy, real-world kitchen.
Production company Aggressive combined live action, playful hand-drawn illustration and dynamic music and sound design to create a multi-dimensional spot that brings a little whimsy into the real world.
This film for Florida Hospital mixes cinematic visuals and holographic CG to imagine an inspiring future of healthcare.
Watch ZL1 engineer Tony Roma and Formula Drift racer Conrad Grunewald demonstrate the latest Chevrolet Driving Dynamics technologies as they hit Willow Springs International Race Track with Corvette and Camaro.
Lovely animation over live action from Digit & Ben Collier-Marsh
Some really nice work from Toil, utilizing tracking, 3D models and a blueprint/techy aesthetic.
Some great technical tracking work in this piece for Saucony.
Directed by Ian Cross and Stuart Hilton, this film combines a live action performance with 2D and 3D animation.
Commissioned by Outside Line, with additional 3D animation by Pedro Panetta.
Large headline type edges along US landscapes and GV’s from the show. Nice tracking and compositing job from Elastic.
RocketPanda worked alongside long time friends NY based Aggressive, to create two spots for Jones Dairy Farm, by bringing to life an animated rural setting on a real kitchen counter.
Great work from BlueBolt bringing the Thames River in the Georgian period back to life.
London design/vfx studio Blue Spill design title sequence for Alison Klayman’s Netflix original, Take Your Pills. More of their work @ bluespill.co.uk
Design director: Allison Brownmoore
Flame Artist: Anthony Brownmoore
Designers: Joe Nowacki, Oliver Weinfeld, Sylvain Doussa
Post Production Assistant: Anna Maros
One dancer and a hula hoop.
Director: Daniela Villanueva, Mara Soler, Dancers: Brecken Rivara, Tiana Zoumer, Production: Csar Moheno Pl,Camera: Pamela Albarran, Music: Julian Placencia / Teen Flirt, Animation: Daniela Villanueva, Mara Soler, Alejandro Caballero, Marco Garfias, Fernando Sica, Luis Nez
New advert for Audi with tracking and strong atmosphere.
Playful retail spot of architectural visualization for a residential tower in Tel Aviv.
3D & VFX: Yambo Studio & Yaniv Gorali.
Animated intro video for MediaMolecule’s Twitch stream combining live action with playful animation.
Animation/Direction: Dan Castro
Illustration: Rex Crowle
BBC Education has got a beautiful promo for 2017. It mixes live action with 3d, animation… all around the periodic element table. Directed by weareflink.
Nice french documentary with animated faces to keep the anonymity.
Sander van Dijk animates the poetry of Max Stossel. A simple concept of tracking UI and iconography to a phone done neatly.
Nice short film, mixing animation to the live action. Love the idea of the postal card.
This commercial was completed 2 years ago but now “the making of” film has been produced which gives us a fascinating glimpse into the whole process of shooting, animating, rotoscoping and compositing of the final commercial. Look at the original first and then check out “the making of“.
Directed by Ozan Biron
Production by The Embassy
A scary futuristic vision of how augmented reality could influence our lives perhaps? Created by Keiichi Matsuda.
A great montage juxapositioning unusual images using a lot of old archive footage. Directed by: Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia
Nice bit of tracking with some choice icons and trapcode work.
Art & Graft produce a series of idents for the newly Branded W freeview TV station (formerly UKTV). Using a constant camera speed they’ve created an infinite tunnel, with a diamond matte opening between each and tracked letterforms.
Ridley Scott’s promo for “Prophets of Science Fiction” has been brought to life by Prologue by tracking the graphics to the table top, transitioning to the CGI versions of his notes, in a techy intricate manner.
Here is another interesting video, spy stuff. Lots of overlays and tracking footage and data gives it that high-tech espionage look. By First born.
Different, almost unnoticeable take on the pop-up book idea. Nice tracking of a plane with complex CGI makes for a nice mix.
MK12’s work on Particle Fever, a documentary about CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, the Higgs boson, and people much smarter than ourselves. It involves numerous graphics throughout the film of differing techniques.
Great little bit of motiongraphics, cgi & matchmoving by Sorin.
Paypal’s TV advert tracks doodles around the presenter to animate ideas in a fun sketchy way. A white, clean room behind gives it an airy, light feel.
Nice work from Shilo, based on simple handdrawn animations tracked to a breakfast scene.
Hand-held camera shots from the life or a student in Warwick University provide the backdrop to this explainer video. Ancillary animated elements provide extra energy to this piece.
Essentially, spy stuff. Lots of overlays and tracking footage and data gives it that high-tech espionage look. By Imaginary Forces
Hand drawn cartoon elements tracked on to nicely shot footage of Paris, gives a friendly upbeat feeling to an urban landscape.
A Big mixture of CGI, stop motion, animation and live action seemless mix in this crafted advert for the Sun.
A great hybrid of traditional animation and live action from ‘Les Telecreateurs design’. One can only imagine that this was quite a complex piece of work to composite as successfully as this.
A charming film by Grant Orchard using papier mache and lo-fi props to make this hand-made cardboard video on recycling.
Mixing simple live action with animation to create 10 small colourful numerical idents.
A simple take on the fold ’em up, fold ’em down style, but adding in touchscreen style wipes.
Advertising using tracking and compositing of motion graphics and text to recreate science, music, mathematics and space.
Nice bit of tracking and great cinematography but still slightly tongue in cheek – I think?
directed / edited / vfx – Dimitris Ladopoulos, Spiros Rasidakis
A short film compositing footage, tracking photography and including 3D elements across a variety of landscapes.
This is just a great, heart warming advert combining kids drawings by means of camera tracking and clever compositing.
Jimmy Choo describes a shoe using trapcode light graphics.
Tracking data graphics over satellite imagery to get a sci-fi technological feel.
Live action is tracked in certain points, and medical 3D animation is overlayed to look like X-Rays.
Plane tracking is used effectively with overlayed graphics.
Titles using tracking to display data in a scientific and graphic manner.
Beautiful camera work, interesting fashion and left-field additions to the landscape.
End credits rotoscoping frames in a hand-drawn ink style over video footage.
Technological looking advert mixing live action with footage by Motion Theory.
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The Snows carry around their portfolio of battlefields together with some clever camera tracking and CGI work and a bit of ad libing and some hand waving.
Sky Sports idents mixing live action footage with CGI smashing glass. The figures were rotoscoped and added into 3D environments.
Music video combining a mixture of live action features, tracking human features on to crows.
Music video mixing live action children with composited cartoon animation for a fun and playful outcome.
A great little idea which was the brainchild of Robert Edmonds at Rocket Science Group. Graphics & compositing by TDD
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