1. EVault Showcase


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    EVault and Chemistry Club enlisted Fashionbuddha's expertise in animation for their "Worst Case Scenario Alphabet," in which each letter represents a different way that your server and all the data stored on it could be destroyed. To add to the challenge, each vignette was to be done in a different style of animation. This was exactly the kind of creative project that we love, so we called on some friends to help out. Hand drawn animation, Monty Python style collage, and even Legos were thrown in the mix! What resulted was a series of super fun and unique skits that suggest you look into securing your data with EVault.

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    • 40th Anniversary Animation


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      The Oregon Community Foundation asked us to create a video that celebrates their 40th anniversary. We wanted to showcase all the amazing things the OCF has done for the place we call home and emphasize their goals for positive change while keeping it fun and engaging. Through the use of hand drawn illustrations and text we found a delightful way to communicate all the serious work done through the OCF.

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      • Webtrends "Real - Time Relevance"


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        This is the first in three information videos I did for "Webtrends". Hired by Fashion Buddha Studios, Produced by Shilpa Sunthankar, I was asked to direct, design and animate. Videos used to promote services to other companies and potential clients.

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        • Portland Children's Museum Promo


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          Via a Microsoft Kinect passersby can interact with the letter forms of this promo piece for the Portland Children's Museum. Developed in collaboration with WK+12 and Fashion Buddha.

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          • Atomize


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            Atomize is a real time visualizer for audio and depth-image data. Built for performances at the 2011 Decibel Festival in Seattle, Washington, Atomize uses the depth image from a Kinect to create a particle system from its users. Audio input is filtered and leveraged to manipulate the particle system. The software's operator controls the look of the users and how audio affects it. The application was first run to accompany Cyanwave's performance at Decibel Festival, using the artists at the subjects. The following evening, the Kinect was turned on the audience for Designer Drugs, allowing their fans to participate in the visuals. Thanks to Adam Sager at Fashionbuddha for editing and dancing in this video. Big thanks to Scott Sunn at Tracer Visuals for pushing me to develop this and getting it into Decibel Festival. Music is "Alicia" by Mala.

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            • Dexter - Alternate Title Sequence Featuring Ty Mattson and Fashionbuddha


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              Back in December of last year I was asked by Fashionbuddha to help out with an little animation project that was initiated by the ultra talented Illustrator/Designer Ty Mattson of Mattson Creative. I should note that the project isn't directly affiliated with the television show. That said, I was the lead animator and worked with Fashionbuddha (Especially Robert and Adam) to bring it this to life. Here's a little more about the project from Ty Mattson: "The poster series that I created for Dexter was inspired by mid-century modern design and particularly the work of Saul Bass – who developed both static graphics as well as animated title sequences. I’ve always wanted to design a title sequence, so it seemed like this would be a good opportunity. I collaborated with my friends at Fashion Buddha to create an alternative title sequence for Dexter using the artwork that I developed for the posters. This is what I imagine the Dexter title sequence might look like if the show had aired in the 60′s." C R E D I T S Ty Mattson // Illustration Fashionbuddha // Animation Robert Lewis Shilpa Sunthankar Paul Anders Adam C Sager Emily Skaer Blake Landry Music // Rolfe Kent

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              • Kinect Particles


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                A little experiment with Kinect and converting type to a particle system. Built at Fashionbuddha with Cinder. Music is "Fragments" by J-One.

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                • Particle Studies 06 B


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                  The seventh in a series of particle studies in Cinder for a project at Fashionbuddha. Instead of generating particles with a mouse click, particles are attracted to the cursor. Part 2 / 2. This time with 10,000 particles. The final study, #8, is over at Fashionbuddha's page: http://vimeo.com/27513791

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                  • Particle Studies 06 A


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                    The seventh in a series of particle studies in Cinder for a project at Fashionbuddha. Instead of generating particles with a mouse click, particles are attracted to the cursor. Part 1 / 2.

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                    • Particle Studies 05


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                      The sixth in a series of particle studies in Cinder for a project at Fashionbuddha. This brush applies some cohesion and repulsion behaviors to particles to give the "tail" a nice spread.

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