1. Alice Pasquini 30mt wall making of - Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  3. Hornet director Gabe Askew premieres his music video for Bluebrain's Ten by Ten song, off of the album Soft Power. The band approached Gabe after they saw his unofficial music video for Grizzly Bear’s Two Weeks. Offered full creative license, and spanning a period of six months, Gabe developed our CG hero as he navigates through a surreal environment. Gabe drew upon the events happening in the nation during the economic crash to create an enigmatic narrative.

    With the recession directly affecting Gabe's own life, this video explores the themes of hard work and perseverance in moments of crisis. At the time of the video’s creation, Gabe was in between day jobs and at the same time garnering a mass influx of attention due to his Two Weeks video. These elements of uncertainty coupled with industriousness influenced the journey of the main character in the music video. With hope and optimism as a foundation for this video, Gabe has taken us on a mysterious quest beyond time and money, and out of the chains that bind our hero.

    Directed and animated by Gabe Askew
    Record Label: Lujo Records

    Additional modeling, shading, and rigging by Austin Hernandez and James Atilano.

    Bluebrain is Ryan Holladay and Hays Holladay.

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  4. Music video for the french music band Kwoon

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  5. The newest album from Hifana, Japanese breakbeats duo who has impressed club and hip-hop audiences worldwide with their revolutionary live performance methods, entitled 24H, was released on 7.28.2010. With the concept of “one day, 24 hours,” starting in the waking hours, and going through the day and back to sleep, the album features 12 music+video tracks seamlessly connected into one master work of audio-visual animation and film, over 43 minutes long.

    This music video is for the track Robot Nametake.

    I was responsible for the storyboard frame stylization, lighting, and colouring.

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