VideoBits: _round


QubaHQ VideoBits can be most easily explained as doodling. Some people doodle by drawing with pen or pencil on a piece of paper. I use my motion design tools.

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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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Good Times with Xbreaker


I have come across a fantastic Cinema 4D plugin called Xbreaker created by pariah Studios. It allows you to shatter pretty much any geometry into tiny pieces with just a few clicks. Add some physics, shaders, a bit of post in After Effects - and you got yourself a nice little visual experiment.

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VideoBits: _round


QubaHQ VideoBits can be most easily explained as doodling. Some people doodle by drawing with pen or pencil on a piece of paper. I use my motion design tools.

Read More


Likes0 Comments1 Minute

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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Likes4 Comments3 Minutes

Good Times with Xbreaker


I have come across a fantastic Cinema 4D plugin called Xbreaker created by pariah Studios. It allows you to shatter pretty much any geometry into tiny pieces with just a few clicks. Add some physics, shaders, a bit of post in After Effects - and you got yourself a nice little visual experiment.

Read More


Likes9 Comments1 Minutes