Sunday, 24 July 2011

Update from the world of Spectacular Science (and some other things)

Spectacular Sciences continues. For the moment, I’ve been looking at potential visual styles that could be used in the animation as well as finding examples of what I personally define as Spectacular Science. The way things are progressing I’ll be creating a dada/assemblage inspired biological animation, should be interesting to see how things pan out a bit further down the line. Check out the links here:

http://thespectacularscienceblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/lifecycle-of-mushroom-visual-research-4.html

http://thespectacularscienceblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/lifecycle-of-mushroom-visual-research-3.html

http://thespectacularscienceblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/lifecycle-of-mushroom-visual-research-2.html

http://thespectacularscienceblog.blogspot.com/2011/07/lifecycle-of-mushroom-visual-research-1.html

In other news, I’ve uploaded some short video experiments I produced a couple months back for a music festival, they weren’t quite what the client was looking for but I still find them rather lovely. They’re made from vintage archive footage and then layered up and tinkered with in After Effects. I should produce more really!

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