A short essay animated from the audio recording of 'The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody but Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass'. It was originally performed on 'Real Time with Bill Maher'.
The book is published by Penguin (USA).
The book is available from Amazon here:
The audio book is available from iTunes here:
Written and Performed by Bill Maher
Directed and Animated by Fraser Davidson
Spot Effects and Audio Mix by Morgan Samuel
I do not hold the rights to the recording, this piece is intended only as an homage to Bill Maher's short essay.
A motion infographic project about Digital Rights Management (DRM).
My entry for "99Frames" - The Social Animation Project:
For this piece I used Cinema4d R13's following new features:
New Physical Renderer (DoF, Chromatic Aberration, Vignetting, F-Stop) and the New X-Ref System. All visible elements are each their own "child" X-Ref object. This way you have lots of control over individual elements and their movements. In a fairly complex built project like this one, this feature is very handy.
To work on this project was awesome. Although I didn't have a lot of spare time, i managed to get my head around all this sick little animation tricks I have always wanted to explore and figure out (without AfterEffects). Thanks to the great C4D and Vimeo community for always inspiring. Would love to upload a HiRes version of this. :)
Software: Cinema4D R13 (Animation), AfterEffects (Color Correction/Grade)
Music: My own quick set of FX + "Fahtima - Flying Red Carpet"
(There was no audio required for the comp, but couldn't help it ... )
Enjoy!!! … o.O ...
A collection of my favorite kinetic typography on vimeo. Not particularly for what they are saying but for the way they are created. I am more interested in the execution than the content. Although it is a blurred line between execution and content. I am only after execution with this collection.