May 20, 2009

Tachi Hawaiian Lei Away

This spot was for the latest Tachi Palace promotion. Probably one of the more complex pieces of Motion Graphic work to this date. Heavy use of multiple expressions for the camera motion, targeting, and distance falloff. Custom built vector particle systems, 3D rendered Elements, etc..

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Mar 30, 2009

Color Correction Demo 2009

This Color Correction Demo shows the immense flexibility, creative looks, and general fixes that can be achieved through a professional DI/Color Correction work-flow. All of the footage in this piece was shot on a RED Digital Cinema, RED One camera at 4K and 3K resolutions. They were then Color Corrected and rendered down to 1080P HD before being encoded for the web.

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Feb 15, 2009

Tachi Go 4 The Green

This spot was created for a Tachi Palace promotion. It is a combination of 3D animation in Maya, that was rendered with a vector look, and Motion Graphics in After Effects.

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Feb 5, 2009

FSU Athletics

This spot was created to promote Fresno State Universities various Athletics programs. There was only a few clips of video footage available and a lot of still photos, so the Motion Graphics approach was the best answer. It was all done in After Effects with a 3D particle plugin to help with the depth of the various scenes and camera moves.

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Feb 3, 2009

Tower Tattoo

These 3 spots were created for a local Tattoo parlor. They were shot on green screen with the Panasonic HVX.
The interviews were then integrated into the composite of the individual artists work in the 3D space of After Effects. The Tattoo’s were meant to animate in with a liquid ink feel.

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Jan 27, 2009

Debate & Symposium Ad

This piece was created to play at various churches to advertise the Debate & Symposium held at Fresno State University by New Covenant Community Church.

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Feb 3, 2009

Tachi Palace “Love To Win”

This is a Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino promo that was all done in 3D with Maya and then composited in After Effects. The initial idea was to have all the titles look as if they were printed on candy hearts. The creative director wanted a sleazy sort of vibe and humor.

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