This was a short project I made for my Motion Media Techniques I class during the Fall Quarter of 2012. The project was largely an homage to the title sequence for Enter the Void, but with my own spin and personal aesthetic concepts. The song used is a remix I did for Kiichi's Love Love Nightmare (feat. Miku Hatsune). I put a lot of work into this video, so I hope you all enjoy! Comments and constructive criticism are both welcome and encouraged.
This video was a music video experiment done my freshman year at Savannah College of Art and Design 2012
This project was done prior to the internet craze that became the Harlem Shake, the first "original harlem shake video" was not uploaded until Feb 2 of 2013. This video was uploaded on November 16, 2012.
Just a short abstract film I did as the final for my Motion Media Techniques I class; the objective was to composite over live-action footage. Some keying was involved, but I mostly wanted to mix a lot of 3D elements and particles to create a new world within my scene. This was my first time working with particular to such an extent, and I'm overall happy with the results. Song is "We're in this Together" by Nine Inch Nails.
Comments and criticism appreciated and encouraged! :D -Myles
My first project for my Motion Media Techniques II course (continuing off of MOME Tech I). The majority of this project was done in Cinema 4D; with only the post-production done in After Effects. It was my first time using Cinema 4D, but I learned a lot, and like the overall result. I received a large amount of inspiration from the work of Matthew DiVito here on Vimeo. He's an exceptional designer, so check out his work. I received a great deal of help from the awesome tutorials hosted at GreyscaleGorilla, so check those out as well if you'd like some insight on some of what went into making this piece.
Credit goes to Brian Crain for his song "Dream of Dreams"; which largely carried this work.
A short work dealing with Element 3D and After Effects. After my last work, Lumin, I wanted to go back to some more 2.5D design rather than total 3D. The song is the instrumental release of "Beside Myself" by Hesta Prynn.
Excellent 3D Models like the ones used in this piece can be found at 3dxtras.com.