WeAreData by BETC Paris & Ubisoft


WeAreData website highlights the amount of data already freely available online by letting you fly around three European cities: London, Paris and Berlin, exploring layers upon layers of live information dug up from public databases. You can read geo-tagged tweets and instagrams, view mobile phones and see what network they operate on, monitor traffic lights and the movement of public transit, etc. etc.

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QHQ ÜberNumber (Tutorial + Preset)


Formatting text for dynamically generated numbers in After Effects just got a whole lot easier! In this episode I will introduce you to the uberNumber() function I designed combining numerous smaller expressions, to create an all-in-one number formatting tool.

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World Chat Clock


World Chat Clock is a simple little web app that lets you easily co-ordinate international chats and calls. For anyone in motion design, dealing with clients and offices in different worldwide time zones, this tool should come in really handy!

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Rainy Window (Tutorial)


In this massive, 3-chapter tutorial you will learn how to create an After Effects scene with a realistic rain dripping down a window. In chapter 1 I explain the creation of the background plate - from a single photograph to an illusion of an alive city at night. In chapter 2 I walk you though the creation of rain simulation using Trapcode Particular. The final, 3rd chapter focuses on compositing these elements together to create the final look.

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QHQ Superglue (tutorial+preset)


In this episode I will share with you a simple After Effects preset I designed to help me stick 2D layers to a variety of sources without the need for parenting. While the technique itself is trivially simple, I will explain in-depth the mechanism behind the script and walk you through a number of examples of how it can be used.

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Kinetisphere

Kinetisphere (2012)


Created to celebrate the launch of the Nexus Q, Kinetisphere is a monument to the confluence of modern design and digital music. Like the Nexus Q, Kinetisphere is designed to encourage social interaction and connect people. It's a multi-sensory, multi-user participatory experience.

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GIFify Glitch (tutorial)


In episode 2 of the QubaHQ Tutorials Season 2, I will show you how to use Photoshop's batch processing to create a cool glitch effect based off the GIF compression algorithm.

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QHQ Chromatic Aberration Rig (tutorial+script)


In this tutorial I will discuss the optics of chromatic aberration and common ways of reproducing it in vfx. I will also introduce the brand new Chromatic Aberration Rig in form of an After Effects script that automates the creation of this effect into a simple 2-click procedure.

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Dance Central 2: Dance 2gether (oldie!)


A few years ago, I have been commissioned by a LA-based production company g-NET to create a post-production look and set of tools for this Dance Central ad. I have completed the assignment and as a part of the process built a cool After Effects Expression for controlling the playback of videos on multiple layers. I will most likely make a tutorial for it as a part of QHQ Tutorials Season 2.

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The real problem with piracy


I'd lie if I said I have never pirated anything in my life. Having been growing up in Poland on the brink of abolishing the communist regime, I haven't even been aware of concepts such as intellectual property rights or legal/illegal software.

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Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 5)


Another Olivari project came to a close in 2013. Here are the last 6 parts of the amazing Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion series.

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Bowerbirds: November and December


With the end of 2013, Olivari's One Year of Little campaign came to a close. In December we published the final episodes of many of the series created for this project. Here are two final videos for Bowerbirds: November and December.

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Nexus Q: Lights (cancelled)


You may remember a cool media device named Nexus Q created by Google in 2012 and subsequently removed from sale. At Autofuss we created quite a few pieces for the launch of the device that never ended seeing the light of day.

Here is a set of boards I created for one of the spots.

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Nexus 7: Grandma


Nexus 7: Grandma is a video banner - a one minute visit to the wonderful world of grandparents, as seen through the eyes of a child. Following the tabletop aesthetic of Nexus 7 campaign, it abstracts the story into a series of carefully curated still life compositions. But I would not be myself if I stopped there...

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Nexus 7: Android Multiuser


I've been asked to create a short vignette showcasing the multiuser capacity of Android operating system that would live on the Nexus 7 web page. I decided to abstract the concept of multiple users sharing the device and build a video around the practical split-screen composition.

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WeAreData by BETC Paris & Ubisoft


WeAreData website highlights the amount of data already freely available online by letting you fly around three European cities: London, Paris and Berlin, exploring layers upon layers of live information dug up from public databases. You can read geo-tagged tweets and instagrams, view mobile phones and see what network they operate on, monitor traffic lights and the movement of public transit, etc. etc.

Read More


Likes1 Comment2 Minutes

QHQ ÜberNumber (Tutorial + Preset)


Formatting text for dynamically generated numbers in After Effects just got a whole lot easier! In this episode I will introduce you to the uberNumber() function I designed combining numerous smaller expressions, to create an all-in-one number formatting tool.

Read More


Likes20 Comments1 Minutes

World Chat Clock


World Chat Clock is a simple little web app that lets you easily co-ordinate international chats and calls. For anyone in motion design, dealing with clients and offices in different worldwide time zones, this tool should come in really handy!

Read More


Likes3 Comments1 Minutes

Rainy Window (Tutorial)


In this massive, 3-chapter tutorial you will learn how to create an After Effects scene with a realistic rain dripping down a window. In chapter 1 I explain the creation of the background plate - from a single photograph to an illusion of an alive city at night. In chapter 2 I walk you though the creation of rain simulation using Trapcode Particular. The final, 3rd chapter focuses on compositing these elements together to create the final look.

Read More


Likes7 Comments1 Minutes

QHQ Superglue (tutorial+preset)


In this episode I will share with you a simple After Effects preset I designed to help me stick 2D layers to a variety of sources without the need for parenting. While the technique itself is trivially simple, I will explain in-depth the mechanism behind the script and walk you through a number of examples of how it can be used.

Read More


Likes11 Comments1 Minutes

Kinetisphere

Kinetisphere (2012)


Created to celebrate the launch of the Nexus Q, Kinetisphere is a monument to the confluence of modern design and digital music. Like the Nexus Q, Kinetisphere is designed to encourage social interaction and connect people. It's a multi-sensory, multi-user participatory experience.

Read More


Likes5 Comments1 Minutes

GIFify Glitch (tutorial)


In episode 2 of the QubaHQ Tutorials Season 2, I will show you how to use Photoshop's batch processing to create a cool glitch effect based off the GIF compression algorithm.

Read More


Likes6 Comments1 Minute

QHQ Chromatic Aberration Rig (tutorial+script)


In this tutorial I will discuss the optics of chromatic aberration and common ways of reproducing it in vfx. I will also introduce the brand new Chromatic Aberration Rig in form of an After Effects script that automates the creation of this effect into a simple 2-click procedure.

Read More


Likes43 Comments2 Minutes

Dance Central 2: Dance 2gether (oldie!)


A few years ago, I have been commissioned by a LA-based production company g-NET to create a post-production look and set of tools for this Dance Central ad. I have completed the assignment and as a part of the process built a cool After Effects Expression for controlling the playback of videos on multiple layers. I will most likely make a tutorial for it as a part of QHQ Tutorials Season 2.

Read More


Likes2 Comments1 Minutes

The real problem with piracy


I'd lie if I said I have never pirated anything in my life. Having been growing up in Poland on the brink of abolishing the communist regime, I haven't even been aware of concepts such as intellectual property rights or legal/illegal software.

Read More


Likes7 Comments12 Minutes

Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion (part 5)


Another Olivari project came to a close in 2013. Here are the last 6 parts of the amazing Everything Tastes Better in Slow Motion series.

Read More


Likes1 Comment1 Minute

Bowerbirds: November and December


With the end of 2013, Olivari's One Year of Little campaign came to a close. In December we published the final episodes of many of the series created for this project. Here are two final videos for Bowerbirds: November and December.

Read More


Likes0 Comments1 Minute

Nexus Q: Lights (cancelled)


You may remember a cool media device named Nexus Q created by Google in 2012 and subsequently removed from sale. At Autofuss we created quite a few pieces for the launch of the device that never ended seeing the light of day.

Here is a set of boards I created for one of the spots.

Read More


Likes2 Comments1 Minutes

Nexus 7: Grandma


Nexus 7: Grandma is a video banner - a one minute visit to the wonderful world of grandparents, as seen through the eyes of a child. Following the tabletop aesthetic of Nexus 7 campaign, it abstracts the story into a series of carefully curated still life compositions. But I would not be myself if I stopped there...

Read More


Likes0 Comments3 Minutes

Nexus 7: Android Multiuser


I've been asked to create a short vignette showcasing the multiuser capacity of Android operating system that would live on the Nexus 7 web page. I decided to abstract the concept of multiple users sharing the device and build a video around the practical split-screen composition.

Read More


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