Schlagwort: Eye Candy
Ein wirklich wunderschöner Kurzfilm von Roman De Giulis, für den er mit dem Einsatz von Wasser, Pigmenten und Tinte so etwas wie Luftbildaufnahmen der Erde imitiert.
This project was initiated by a job I did for the National Palace Museum of Taipeh. The museum ran an exhibition on culture treasures of the history of Taiwan in 2020. I was hired to create fluid and abstract interpretations of some iconic items, a collection of several drawings and artworks. I decided to develop my existing methods further, stepping away from stock paints and ink and creating most of the paints myself. One important aspect was to implement natural colors and realistic earth tones to the color palette and focus more on details than on a commercial look with punchy color and contrast.
Over a period of 4 months, I experimented with natural substances like sand, stone powder and historic pigments. Some of these supplies are rare and expensive, for example jade and malachite powder.
Neues und wieder schön hypnotisierendes Video von Rus Khasanov.
As with all my art projects, in «beyond the horizon» I used simple materials to create a new visual experiment.
Behind this project there are dozens of shooting days, during which hundreds of gigabytes of photos and videos were filmed with Sony a7RII and Sony a7RIV. There were 5 final versions of this video, which I reworked adding new footage again and again.
While working on this project, I was faced with the constant following of the ideal shot, which is so close and distinct, but constantly disappears beyond the horizon.
A couple of months later, as a result of experiments with various ingredients, I found an easy and stable way for the paint balls to be attracted to each other, merged and not burst. When you master the technique, you can already playfully turn the flaws into advantages: now in the bursting paint ball I see not a nightmare, but a bright colorful explosion which reminds me of fireworks.
Also in this video, the bokeh effect plays a major role. Some people reproach me that my work is not sharp, and that I shoot with a small depth of field, but I never saw this as a problem, but on the contrary, I see this as beauty.
Was wir als Augenzucker bisher eher aus der Mischung von Wasser, Milch, Ölen, Farben und Tinten kannten, hat Thomas Blanchard jetzt mal mit Kaffee veranstaltet und ist mit seiner Kamera dann ganz nahe rangegangen. Das sieht großartig aus und wenn man dann noch den Geruch von frischem Espresso in der Nase hat. Mhmmm… Erstmal ’n Kaffee.
„“Oooh !! My Delicious Coffee“ is an experimental dreamlike video rocking us smoothly through circular moves. The visual compositions have been created out of paint, oil and Coffee.“
Und das sieht zusammen ziemlich gut aus, finde ich.
ΔNOMΔLY ist is a short film combining travel footage from Iceland with visual effects. I traveled to the ‚Land of Ice and Fire‘ in October 2017. With a concept in mind of what I wanted to create I teamed up with Benni, Markus and Johannes of Wildboar 3D Studio. Luckily the guys shared my vision so we worked on this passion project together.
Hübsches Optikverbiegervideo von Eidy Knowles, welches er mit Musik von Freunden untermalt hat.
What do you think about on the train?
A short music video containing 3D visuals experimenting with strange perspectives dreamed up while travelling on the train to work. With music from friends.
Neuer, wieder sehr geiler Art Film des experimentellen Filmemachers Maxim Zhestkov.
Volumes is a Full CG art film by Maxim Zhestkov exploring the juxtaposition of emotions with the laws of nature. Billions of colourful particles dance, play and communicate with each other in an eternal hypnotic ballet governed by the invisible wind of fate.