Directed, shot and animated by Lukas Vojir
Dancer: Tracy Tsang
Music: Datsik - Galvanise (excerpt)
We shot this year (or two) ago to use it for holographic projection in London, but decided to do something else in the end. After a while I forgot about this footage completely, before I got this strong urge to make a video, staring a female dancer…Since there is no man to support Tracy’s Tango moves, my aim was to support her with visuals, that also complement the dance and accompany the music.
Bi.polar is about sudden sparkles of anger and destructive moods.
Concept, Design, 3d, Compositing, Audio Mix: Lukas Vojir
Music: Let the story begin (Subfocus), Piano tune (Bar 9)
A typography animation celebrating the great tune from Oscar Brown, Jr. - Mr. Kicks
Minimal ad for a Soy Sauce.
Uploaded short edit of a video record from Immersion that took place this Thursday (12.2) at London’s The Flea Pit.
Dialog (http://www.myspace.com/dialogmusic), as I found out, liked my previous Immersion appearance (the [‘coo]-[‘coo] thing) and asked Evan (who organizes this wonderful event) if I could play with him.
I was listening to his MySpace tracks while drawing things to my sketch book - modelling them and animating. I’ve done a lot of 3D work and it seems to be a way for me to go now.
Anyway, I really enjoyed this session, thanks to both Evan and Dialog for inviting me!
Just finished this short Vj film, edited and put on Vimeo..
After I’ve done a couple of those monsters, you could see bellow, I decided to make it a collaborative project, that everyone is welcome to contribute to and at the end I’m gonna take all the monsters and use them in a short music reactive video.
The bottom line is to encourage others to learn Processing by exploring and experimenting with open source code..
So if you feel like it, run your Processing and give a birth to some Monster!