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Part two in a series of animations about phobic disorders.
Original image: [link]

Part one here: [link]

Oil on canvas.
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final.

Maxon's Cinema 4D R10.5, VrayforC4D 1.1, After Effects 7.0.
Rendering 3D-elements: about 30h (500frames).
Rendering Composite 40min. :D

Critics & Comments are welcome as always.
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This piece of footage is a render from matchmoving / modelling / matchlighting / compositing tests with

Matchmover / PFTrack
Houdini
Maya
AfterEffects

Animated tentacles created procedurally in houdini, exported via fbx to maya, silly resample. Film plate tracked in matchmover in this version, PFTrack in the longer version that may replace this shortly. Comped in after effects.

thought I'd share, kinda giddy about it because this isn't the type of work I typically do. It'll be a little different when it's finished, just a slap composite at the moment but I'm psyched to get everything working together and it was a pain to track such a low resolution, auto white balanced, auto focused sequence. I wasn't allowed to 2D track the footage, had to 3D track, even though the camera's vantage would have made 2D work. It still needs environment shadows and the reflections in the windows behind it worked on. It's hard to motivate yourself to work on the subtleties of such shyte plate footage tho.. super low resolution, rolling shutter warping like crazy. I really must invest in a canon 5D or 7D. Anyone want to buy a slightly used soul?

I may also offer the alien squid model (with undulating tentacles) as a 3D model stock resource, so let me know if that's something you'd be interested in and I'll get on it.
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I resubmitted this piece as a better quality (and one that actually plays properly... ^^;) Many apologies to those that have already :+fav: the previous one..... Sorry!! *humble bow*


This short film was originally inspired by my own experience
of the bonds that people and plants share, and the residual energy left between a tree and its planter. It is something that I've experienced in a strong way with my own family.

I hope that my film encourages people to engage with nature more freely and more frequently. To encourage them to notice the small things in nature, which exists even in the urban sprawl of our everyday lives. I wanted to draw attention to the mundane and to the natural world's silent presence. The film tries to promote protection of the world’s environment, starting with the small things in our own yard.

This piece was created for my MA Animation course and took 15 weeks to complete. I hand painted each frame, and it was important to me that the background was just as alive as the characters in it. The fantastic score was commissioned by me after the animation was made.

Thank you very much for viewing this :w00t!:


Music by Ethan Lewis Maltby (he doesn't have a DA account so I couldn't put his name down in the credited part.... )
Produced at The University of Sunderland

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Corel Painter X / Premiere / Windows XP
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Shown at :
SIGGRAPH '09



Please don't use my work for anything else than viewing on dA or your personal computer - thanks!
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A classic 35mm stop-motion puppet movie, I have made on film school as my final project.
It's a story about beggar, who wanted to be a musician, but its already too late. Or is it?
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Woot! I'm part of the film group here on DA :D So here is my short animation! (again, I know I know...but, I worked hard on it, so ha! See it for the fourth time!)



You can also go to the official "Metamorphosis" website to watch it [link]







Credits:
Animation, lighting, texturing, and concept by me.
Kaliao Model: Chris Timm
Butterfly Model and Rig, and plants: Mariana Foster
Scene (cliff, trees, rocks): Brent O'Gara
Rigging: Christine Hara, David True, and myself
Sound: Russell Welch

All material is copyrighted. NO STEALING.
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A small animation of (almost) this fractal: [link] when making it I found the sun inside the moon (do you see it?) :)!
I will do a image of this soon.

There are so much interesting structures in this place... I just flip out!! :keiross:
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Buy my album! www.cdbaby.com/cd/darkmatter42

Music video by Dark Matter performing "I Love and Despise You" © 2011. Video directed by me.

Here is my music video for "I Love and Despise You," an original song of mine about on-off relationships.
Special thanks to my parents' friend Suzy for playing my girlfriend, and my mom for playing Suzy's mom. Also thanks to the Music Resource Center who provided the equipment and the studio to record this song.

YouTube: youtu.be/-jfu5-F3PG0
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www.benheine.com | Facebook | Twitter | © Ben Heine
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A new project I finished recently... All the frames are hand-drawn.
I made the animation in a minimalist way on purpose, It's meant
to be a simple illustration for my music. I created the music and
sound effects from A to Z using synths, my new Roland drum kit
and Ableton Live. I'll post another short animation soon (Walking
Lion) with more frames per second and I might start time-lapse
projects as well in the near future. Thanks for watching... :)

FYI, this is my SoundCloud page.
You can also see the above short film on You Tube at this link.
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For more information about my artwork: info@benheine.com
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Other animated works:



Excerpts (Loops):

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www. think-higgs .com --> [link]

thanks to www. sergioduque .net
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