Tracked in PFTrack, rendered in Maya using V-Ray and composited in Nuke. Breakdown done using AE.
Music: You Are The Last One – Composed By Marian Wagner
A lot of edge problems still due to not having a perfect hand model and track was possibly a bit loose (no markers)
Tracked with PFTrack, modelling/shading in Maya and rendered with V-Ray. Projection in Nuke. Breakdown in After Effects.
Music: MW Score – 10 – Falls Into Nothing. Composed by Marian Wagner
Shot tracked with PFTrack, integrated in Maya and rendered using V-Ray. Hydrant modeled in Maya and textured in Mudbox. Comp in Nuke, breakdown video using After Effects.
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A simple name slate made in After Effects CS6 that could be used as an intro to a demo reel. The background circles were created using the Particular plugin.
After tracking the shot in PFtrack 2012, data was then brought into Maya 2013 and the cup was imported into the scene. An HDRI was used for the texture on a dome light to get realistic reflections!
Content created for the Tampa eSports Twitch stream using After Effects CS6 and Cinema 4D R14:
A self promo gate-fold brochure I worked on a while back:
Here’s a PDF of a booklet I recently created using InDesign:
I recently posted my first test with HYPE’s SoundAnalyzer class which was pretty basic:
First SoundAnalyzer Test
Here’s another attempt at one themed around the Tron Legacy movie:
This one makes use of the blur filter but since the center of the discs aren’t transparent you won’t see the image in the back. Each disc responds to a different octave using SoundAnalyzer’s ‘getOctave’ function.
Finally, the one I spent the most time on was the one below:
Themed around Iron Man, I started out with constructing the elements with just a bunch of circles in Illustrator and then symmetrically cutting them up. Initially, I tried to get each piece of a circle to respond to different values for a certain octave (once again using the ‘getOctave’ function but that wasn’t proving to be very effective. What I ended up doing was using the ‘getFrequencyIndex’ class which allowed me to spread the frequency values (0-255) across the smallest to largest circles.
When I tested the program, at times the elements wouldn’t react to the audio, which as I found out was due to having too many Functiontrackers! (I had 51 trackers)
No matter what I couldn’t get all of them to respond during the entire track and even the Quicktime Export option had the same issue. This then led me to then screen-record half of the trackers at once and then the other half. Once that was done, I stitched the tracks by comparing the waveform and added a few adjustments in After Effects!
It was after putting the entire video together that I realized that the FunctionTracker problem was only present during runtime inside Flash. When I played the swf from the file explorer (before uploading it), the problem was gone!! Here is the swf for the above (without effects):