In March 2012, Global Creatures teamed with Dreamworks to launch a live theatrical show based on the film "How To Train Your Dragon." Spinifex Group was contracted to develop the graphic content for the entire show. The brief was to take the movie from its original look and portray it in a more illustrative style.
The challenges focused around timing the animation to match the choreography of the actors and dragons, while also maintaining a sense of scale and balance between the animatronic creatures and the projected content. In addition, the animation needed to move as one seamless scene across both the wall and floor, serving as a complete theatre set--a first of its kind.
I designed and animated the sections showcased in this video.
3D - Nick Hunter and Pepin Portingale
Matte painting and Illustration elements - Dan Potra and David Woodland
Production - Tetro
Concept et réalisation - Trafik
/// Mapping Festival 2012 ///
First week end @ le Zoo and co
Mad Mapper @ BAC
Commercial Suicide Party // Set up video: Iregular & Greg Barth / Ten points
Pump up the volume // Set up video: Iregular & Greg Barth / Los Hermanos
Teaser for next week end !!!
Tropical Y Visual (Electro favela/New cumbia): May 16th
Bass Compressor (Dubstep/Bassline/Electro): May 18th
Deep Nautilus (Techno/House): May 19th
Sound Track: Vosper /// Courtesy of Vosper
Images and edit by: Fabien Jupille and Linda Cavaliero
additional Camera: Los Hermanos , Thks !!!
Returning Creator Muti Randolph’s Mirage installation, set up in Coachella’s notorious Sahara dance tent, was inspired by the look of his São Paulo club D-Edge. Randolph programmed a series of custom designs for the stage, as well as an installation above the floor. His generative visuals played in synch with the music over the course of the three-day event in 2011.
Photo Credit: Peter Sutherland