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No music, sound effects only version.

See final version here:[link]

Synopsis
A dark metropolis has enslaved an entity of limitless energy, which resides in the belly of gigantic robot.
The city's excessive need for energy is pushing their resource to it's limit, and the entity is not content with how this city is abusing it's power.

Directed By
Alexander Ward, James Swindells and Robert Nelson.

Created at the Arts Institute at Bournemouth 2008.

I added a no-music version, as the music we had made is a special type of music we call 'Japanese Glitch Music', which has a habit of fucking up your ears with bad quality speakers haha.

iO Website: [link]
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VJ Samples - Video Presentation - Fractal Art Animations for EXIT 2008 - There are many different fractal types rendered for this event : 2D Mandelbrot, Julia..., IFS, Attractors, Quaternion, Orbita... etc.

Animations, Video, Audio : Myself
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"Woodsong I" is a stop motion film for the for the great Philadelphia band, Make A Rising. Filmed in Fall of 2007.

Check them out at:
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Their new album is called
Infinite Ellipse And Head With Open Fontanel buy it!

Watch the HI-RES VERSION on my website
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So, this is what I've been doing for the past couple of weeks now. :3

This was a project for my sister =fyuvix's pitch for a cartoon called Yow is a Punk Rocker. I animated a clip of shots from one of her storyboards, and two of our SCAD buddies provided the voices. All the animation was done with Flash tweening.

I was in a bit of a rush towards the end, so not all the scenes are as great as I'd have liked (particularly the lip sync), but I'm pretty pleased with it.

Animation, cleanup, color: =chaoskomori
Script, storyboard, character design: =fyuvix
Voice: Principal (big lion), Argyl (human) ~KitKiama
Voice: Ellis (with glasses), Yow (with the beak) *twilight-wolf
Music: ~GiroroG66
The singular sound effect from shockwave-sound.com
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I finally had the chance to bring this old character to life. 
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The Little Christmas Tree--a cautionary tale.

Written by Chandler Evans
Illustrated by Alfie Ebojo (new to dA!!) [link]
Narration by David Waterman

Executive Producer - Dave Kurtz

Music CC by Percy Faith and Mannheim Steamroll

Special thanks to: Clinton Evans, Deanne Oi and Chandos Erwin
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I made this video for my autobiographical art class. we had to do a project based around a ceremonial act or a confession. i filmed this using my panasonic dmc-fz7 on video mode, but i used a homemade 35mm dof adaptor lens to simulate the use of real film. I also composed and programmed all of the music.
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Telly Award winner for
- Special Effects

October 2007

Revolve Around Me is a product of a recent reversion to my film and video beginnings, and a fusion between two of my passions: motion art and music-sound production. As a montage of various forms of natural and artificial repetition, this piece presents us with everyday occurrences that are usually ignored or unappreciated, from leaves waving to the rhythmic breeze, to the very steps we take when we walk. Another aspect that is investigated is the notion of life and death, or time in general. It is strange that we perceive time speeding up when we get older through our lives. The clock is not just a mechanical apparatus that keep us scheduled; it is a countdown to our deaths.

Although not technically musical, sound is an important role in the piece and finally became the first time I have devoted equal time in production to both audio and visual. Miss-matching audio and visual is explored including clock tics for footsteps and blinks, and television static for obscurity and confusion.

With the intention of creating a feel of eeriness, I’ve decided to capture the motion with a digital still camera. With the relatively low frame-rate of the camera, it accentuated the raw and jittery feel of the piece – whereas using a traditional video camera would make it smooth and soft, and perhaps even benign. A color wash-out and authentic "high ISO" camera noise further enhanced the distraught feel. The final installation was projected onto a canvas panel which not only introduced textures to accompany the image noise but added a slight warmth and sophistication to balance the already cold and disturbing piece.

This piece was also presented in high definition at both 720p and 1080p

Thanks to everyone who helped out! It has been a pleasure working with you all!
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For you techies:

Camera - Nikon D200
Lenses - Nikkor 17-55 DX 2.8, Nikkor 70-200 VR 2.8,
Tripod - Manfrotto MagFiber legs, Manfrotto ballhead 468
Audio - Marantz PMD660 recorder upgraded by Oade Brothers Audio
Mic - Audio Technica AT825 stereo
Lighting - All natural lighting
Edited in Adobe Premiere Pro
Post in Adobe After Effects

Total individual photographs - 3,773
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This is a restored and remastered edition of 'Hi Honey'.

I recut this from the original footage... although sadly i lost some of the original stuff so i've had to take elements from one of the 2nd Generation Copies of the film itself and then enhance those elements.

If you like this or hate this... please let me know and leave a comment. :)
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