video treatments / post production, vision searching, fractal aspiring.
hopefully animating and painting in the near future.
xy, adapts rules, broke, (mostly) solitary. I find solace in music, I spin records rather recklessly, I need to tame a certain ADD nature within. I am prone to 'over-working' and wasting design time. I am not a very efficient artist. Might be why I cannot get a job... ;)
Hello Mikael, sorry for the delay. However, I am not really sure what film you meant. If you mean the Soliciting-Animators-Project by Trey Gunn I can say that the film is finished. Pretty much abstract. As soon as it will be online somewhere I'll embed it here too.
thanks (very much) for your comment.
i see your work and i feel some familiarity with what you do
(texture/color, subject?, etc.) but i know my results are pure randomness and luck (a very long stream of happy accidents)
and your work is TRULY amazing. deliberate.
I've just posted some frame grabs from my 2D videos. I've been experimenting with rendering painted Stereoscopic 3D frames, with some success. I have a primitive stereo cam rig, so I am limited to full in or full out zoom 1080x1440. All is manual and start up is audio marked to align. I'd like to see your video work, do you have anything posted here? No blue screen YET in 3D, I hope to purchase a Scarlet Red Stereoscopic cam when available. The projected frame bursts expected @ 120fps. That would allow some excellent Slo-mo 3D in painted frames, shooting 2K @ 30P.
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