We had a great time working with Imagine One Tribe on a music video for Turan’s track Fear. A full project page soon to be up with shot breakdowns and all that fun stuff.
For now though, here’s the character assets we made for the project spinning in the land of gradients.
If you’re into that sorta thing, you can see a little behind-the-scenes of our Millie Moreorless trailer on our Vimeo page. Tecnhical-wise, the trailers’s modelled and animated in Maya (based on the adorable 2D character designs from Nick Stoney) and composited in Nuke (using a few custom doodahs like a little SSAO Blinkscript we made that we’re totally using on everything), with a ton of matte painting in Photoshop and Illustrator, in case you’re thinking of making your own or whatever…
Hey, our story trailer for iOS puzzle game The Amazing Adventures of Millie Moreorless is out at last! Check it out here. We made that a while back and we still can’t get that tune out of our heads. It is MAD catchy.
The project page for our Rita Ora/Sigma visuals is now live! Check it out for exclusive behind-the-scenes showbiz gossip or, more specifically, procedural digital forests and pretty colours.
Top tip: if you want to grow your own digital forest, here ya go
- Axiom: A(2,1)
- A(l,w) = T F(l,w) B(l*0.6 , w * 0.5) /(b) T A(l * 0.9, w * 0.9)
- B(l,w) : w > c = [&F(l,w) A(l,w)]
- B(l,w) : w > d = [ C(l,w) ]
- B(l,w) = F(l,0)%
- C(l,w) = T(-1) & F(l*0.5,w/2) F(0.1,w/2) J(1, 1)
Hey, check it out. We just made a strange forest of blue trees for Rita Ora’s live performance on The X Factor last night, with our buddies Ale & Rowan at Artisan. A few people have since pointed out that trees actually aren’t blue – cheers for that, guys.
Feel like flexing your mighty gaming knowledge muscle while traversing a tantalising world of videogame-inspired art? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our promo for The Loading Bar – London’s finest videogame pub – here.
Or, you know, check out the actual bar.
Finally: the Bartkira trailer is here! And it’s blowing up the internet…yeah! Now we’re just waiting for someone to make the full movie
You can see the making-of video for our bits here
, or check out the project page
for more words.
Some more 2D/3D FX experiments for our short film project.
What’s the matter, never seen a Doom Piano before? The one and only copy of this magnificent instrument is sitting in the Loading Bar in Dalston, so of course it gets a cameo in the environment design for our Loading Bar project.