Autofuss


It is my pleasure to announce that as of now I am the new Creative Director at Autofuss - a studio I have been a huge fan of for many years.

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AE64


AE64 is a tribute to the demoscene and to the legacy of world's most popular microcomputer: Commodore 64.

While this video was created using the typical contemporary arsenal of tools (mainly After Effects and Cinema 4D), it conforms to most of the basic graphical limitations of the C64 such as a limited 16-color palette, low resolution, use of the overscan area etc. To maintain the spirit of the demo, I also created most of the effects using various scripts and code snippets, procedurally automating many of the tasks typically animated using keyframes.

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Morhipo ads and how MovieType saved my skin


I remember the first time John from Motionworks shown me a beta version of MovieType. Pretty cool - I remember saying - I'm sure it will be useful to the people who do lots of 3D text, but not really something I would use in my projects.

While I was certainly impressed with both the idea and the implementation of MovieType, I really did not think I'd ever have any need for it. My motion pieces rarely, if ever, use 3D typography. I may throw an After Effects 3D text layer here and there, but that's pretty much it.

And then came the Morhipo.com gig.

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Reel 2011


Here is my personal reel for June 2011, featuring pieces I have directed, edited, animated and designed in the recent years.

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imago Reel 2010


Hot on the heels of yesterday's address change, I am happy to present you with the latest reel of imago studios, closing down year 2010.

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Autofuss


It is my pleasure to announce that as of now I am the new Creative Director at Autofuss - a studio I have been a huge fan of for many years.

Read More


Likes6 Comments2 Minutes

AE64


AE64 is a tribute to the demoscene and to the legacy of world's most popular microcomputer: Commodore 64.

While this video was created using the typical contemporary arsenal of tools (mainly After Effects and Cinema 4D), it conforms to most of the basic graphical limitations of the C64 such as a limited 16-color palette, low resolution, use of the overscan area etc. To maintain the spirit of the demo, I also created most of the effects using various scripts and code snippets, procedurally automating many of the tasks typically animated using keyframes.

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Morhipo ads and how MovieType saved my skin


I remember the first time John from Motionworks shown me a beta version of MovieType. Pretty cool - I remember saying - I'm sure it will be useful to the people who do lots of 3D text, but not really something I would use in my projects.

While I was certainly impressed with both the idea and the implementation of MovieType, I really did not think I'd ever have any need for it. My motion pieces rarely, if ever, use 3D typography. I may throw an After Effects 3D text layer here and there, but that's pretty much it.

And then came the Morhipo.com gig.

Read More


Likes0 Comments5 Minutes

Reel 2011


Here is my personal reel for June 2011, featuring pieces I have directed, edited, animated and designed in the recent years.

Read More


Likes5 Comments1 Minute

imago Reel 2010


Hot on the heels of yesterday's address change, I am happy to present you with the latest reel of imago studios, closing down year 2010.

Read More


Likes4 Comments1 Minute