Motionographer

  1. This is the kitchen nightmares italy's instagram graphic promo, used to promote a special activity on instagram.

    FOX International Channels Italy - Roma - © Copyright 2014

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  2. Personal project piece.

    All scenes and animation by Kieran Mithani

    Main Title design and concept - Ash Thorp

    Based on the poem 'The Man Who Sold The Sun' by Kieran Mithani

    Music - 'Glassworks - Opening' by Philip Glass

    More information on the project here - work.kvmithani.com/The-Man-Who-Sold-The-Sun

    Quick breakdown - vimeo.com/97407059

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  3. Hello World!
    First of all: Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. I was overwellmed by the many 'hearts' and never could have imagined to be so many. I will surely checkout the accounts of those who 'hearted' me. Also thanks for the nice comments from some 'famous' people :)
    Further thanks to the other forums/sites that linked to MITE: kuriositas.com , stashmedia.tv , io9.com , karapaia.livedoor.biz, alt1040.com , thecuriousbrain.com , and of course vimeo! Which by the way offer some interesting statistics, one of which says that this video was watched from 145 countries. Just wow!

    Some info about me, I've been a professional computer animator for the past 20 years and 10 years of traditional cell animator before that. So for this film to take nearly 10 years to complete is a manageable timeframe :-)
    Unfortunately Softimage has been discontinued by Autodesk in 2015, if you want to see 'The Return of Mite' 10 years from now please visit: change.org/petitions/autodesk-save-softimage
    Thanks for your help.

    King regards Walter Volbers , europe 2014

    Production info:
    Modelled, rigged, animated in XSI/Softimage. Rendered in Softimage using Arnold with a maximum frame time of 3:22 hours (SITOA 1.17). Render resolution 1280x720, depth channel resolutuion 2560x1440. Comped in Nuke using Frischluft for depth of field in 2560x1440 and resized to final 1920x1080.
    Camera animation is 'one shot' except for the crash zoom in the beginning with a short disolve to the key, where I change the set. I started out using Mental Ray but I was forced to switch to Arnold (faster, better, more stable).
    As already mentioned, the production-time: 10Years! (not kiding)
    Yes, this seems loooong, but this was an 'on and off' project done aside from my day job as a CG artist. And most time was wasted having to redo the shading with Arnold. Summed up to an eight hour workday the animation of the Mite was completed in two weeks.

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  4. Client : Nissan
    Product : Juke
    Director : Sebastien Cannone
    Production : UFO ufolabel.tv
    Post Production : Mathematic.tv
    Agency : TBWA / Else
    TV Prod : Mélanie Bernard
    Creatives : Rudi Anggono, Cecilia Astengo
    Emilio Pastore, Gaelle Guillou
    Account : Tomas Olabarri, Hafida Derouiche

    Sound Design : Echolab.tv (director version)

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  5. Agile Films asked us to make a whatever we wanted video. So we did this cute 2D animation.

    Done by 2veinte
    Directed by Pablo Gostanian
    Art Direction & Design: Pablo Gostanian
    Animation Direction & Animation: Juan Pablo Sciaccaluga
    Audio Edit: Pablo Gostanian
    Executive Director: Agustin Valcarenghi

    More new work coming up soon.
    2veinte.com.ar

    Follow us: Facebook.com/2veinte
    Twitter: @2veintestudio

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