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Music Videos

Dan Sultan – Magnetic / Dropbear

Monday, November 21st, 2016

Dropbear is back at it again with another mind blowing music video for Dan Sultan’s Magnetic. Running the gamut of techniques from 3D printed models, to projection mapping, along with 3D animated post effects we are left with a head spinning, mind-melting masterpiece. Two months, sixty 3D printed models, and over 2700 photos later, Dropbear delivers this music video worthy of making Peter Gabriel jealous.

Read on for behind the scenes goodness…

Modernage: Scott Baio (Words) / Garundt

Monday, September 5th, 2016

This new music video for Modernage delivers a raw, gritty, yet modern approach to animation. Assemblage, raw textural xeroxes, post production symmetry, and abstract mechanisms grace this video with an uncanny continuity.

James – Dear John / Péter Vácz

Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

An endearing adventure in the woods takes a turn for the worse when the protagonist is lead astray by a mysterious cat. Transcending physicality, dimensions and reality, we are enveloped in a world of strange flower magic, and the journey is bittersweet. Noteworthy aspects of this music video include transformation of 3D animation to 2D, as well as the usage of UV paint to add an otherworldly glow to the elements. Make sure to check out the making of video to see the detailed approach to this piece.

The Upswing / Anna Eijsbouts

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Long gone are the MTV days of music videos where an “in-your-face” approach was the norm, and Anna Eijsbouts takes this opportunity to slow things down and deliver a somber, heartfelt video for Bell X1’s upcoming track “The Upswing”. Subtle animation moves and macro shots of the characters’ sad eyes draw us in to feeling the pain and uneasy tension in relationships. The track itself is reminiscent of a Radiohead song; moody, yet hauntingly beautiful.

God Knows / Jeff Scher

Monday, June 6th, 2016

We are thrilled to be sharing Jeff Scher’s latest creation, and a new technique he calls “Can-imation”. The process involves a tin can on rollers and brushed on paint, eventually overlaid on top of itself, creating a energetic juxtaposition of colors and textures. Racing squiggles, blobs, smears, dots, and splashes all are invited to this paint party!

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