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This tutorial from Sydney, Australia, motion graphics artist John Dickinson, aka Motionworks, gives you an up-close look at how the new Cineware effect will work with the next version of Adobe After Effects and its bundled Cinema 4D Lite application.
If you like aerial photography, get ready to have your mind blown by this collection of high-resolution shots of San Francisco. It was released by Teton Gravity Research to promote the GSS C520, a portable, gyro-stabilized five-axis camera platform. The …
Director Evan Viera and animation supervisor Chris Bishop co-wrote "Caldera," a multi-award-winning animated short film, produced at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, about a young girl experiencing an "ambiguous reality." The fantastic imagery may recall the work of Hayao Miyazaki, …
We're not sure how John Irwin hacked his DSLR or built this custom intervalometer or why his video of traceurs at Tempest Freerunning Academy would glitch out the way it does, but it sure is freaky. Heck, by the time we're …
Wes Anderson and Roman Coppola co-directed Léa Seydoux (Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol) in this whimsical triptych promoting a new perfume from Prada.
Are you a Woody Allen fan? Do you have three quarters of an hour to kill? Indulge in this montage — in chronological order! — of each stuttering, stammering moment of screen time logged by the legendary actor-director-comic and quintessential …
The Paris-based quartet of directors calling themselves Megaforce is behind this music-video tale told in reverse (paging Christopher Nolan?) about sex, sin, and hypocrisy. The woman at the center of the story is British model-actress Lily Cole.
A nude model is sketched from every angle in this short stop-motion promo for London social venue The Book Club directed by Wriggles & Robins and graded by Aline Sinquin at The Moving Picture Company.
The rides at New York's Coney Island opened on schedule yesterday, despite lingering devastation from Hurricane Sandy. As a coincidence, yesterday was also the birthday of silent-film comic Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle. It's as good a time as any, then, to …
With the VFX industry seemingly on the ropes, these Internet jesters imagine what we might expect from a CG-animation-free sequel to Life of Pi.