I know this scrapbook is all about motion graphics & animation but this is so well cut it deserves a mention.
Not so keen on the CGI steam-punk book opening, but the photo manipulation using a camera mapping technique on 3D surfaces by Alexey Zakharov is interesting. More of a breakdown can be found on his behance page here.
A test by us to showing parallaxing a an old photograph celebrating the queens jubilee in Bethnal Green. The photo is split into layers, digitally repainted and then placed into a frame with a 3D virtual camera.
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“The Forty story” is a short film which documents the work of Pentagram. Its carried by a clever audio track to accompany their history of print.
Titles incoporating archive stills by placing them against a plane of breaking glass. Not for the very squeamish…
Pinterest lets you organize and share all the cool things you find on the web. Like things your find on sketchpad…
Avery nice blend of old photographs but mapped onto simple 3D models.
Montage of our Timewatch special using canvases decorated with photos and memorabilia to create rostrum style moves matching the narrative.
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You have a massive archive and a story to tell – this is one way to do it.
Link to this here.
Classic Title sequence for True Blood. Using a mixture of archive and shot footage with a edgy heavily graded look. Thanks, Bolex.