Join this historic live event and help broaden and amplify the ongoing conversation surrounding the VFX crisis.
The event will allow both the in-room and live streaming audience to vote on key issues using their mobile devices and computers. The results of these polls will be tabulated in realtime and shared live with the world.
This event is FREE and open to the public.
On June 9th, join designer/director Dave Glanz for his Collider master class “Integrating 3D Dynamics into a Motion Graphics Workflow“.
Creating high level motion graphics for broadcast in today’s world of tighter budgets and shorter deadlines means artists must take advantage of every time saving tool at their disposal. Rigid body physics-based dynamics software is one of those tools when understood and applied effectively can mean the difference between profit and loss on a project. [Read more]
We at Stash are proud to present Stash Latin America 2, another massive collection of outstanding animation, visual effects and motion design talent
from Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Puerto Rico. This new collection delivers exclusive interviews, creative and techical insights, [Read more]
Buenos Aires character magicians Ronda surpass their usual conjuring powers with this vibrant typo-talented crew for a series of Nick IDs created with director Arturo Sandoval via his new LA studio called FunJob. [Read more]
Buck NY rocks the American experience of the decadent decade in this 15-second ident for the National Geographic show “80′s the Decade the Made US”. Created using pencil, ink, watercolor paint, and that ever-so-1980′s pastel pink. [Read more]
Picasso Pictures directors weareseventeen carve out a charmer CG ident for UK broadcaster BT Vision topped off with bang-on music and sound design from Box of Toys Audio.
“Stemming from the client’s love of mechanical wooden toys, and like the previous year, mimicking a traditional animation technique, we conceived an Easter scene that would come to life in the form of a carved wooden Automaton.”
The crew at Loyalkaspar in NY follow up their 2008 redesign of Fuse Network with what CD Daniel Dörnemann calls “a true rebrand built from the ground up that was current, expressive and recognizable in every element.
“Music fans today want to be informed. Information is social currency to them, and this rebrand is all about giving Fuse the tools to inform and communicate like a friend rather than an institution. They wanted it to feel authentic without layers of marketing speak, and they wanted to position themselves at the center of all things music.” [Read more]