A test animation using rhino's bongo animator, and edited on Adobe Premiere.
Quite happy with it, except for the awful quality of the youtube upload.
The video above is cut to half its width by Blogger, go here for the full version
The music is part of a song called "Painter" from Momus' 1991 album Hippopotamomus, which you can download here, thanks to the man also known as Nick Currie.
Above is an image of the main space that is in the animation.
Monday, 21 September 2009
Saturday, 12 September 2009
At Arup's new exhibition space on Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, Digital Hinterlands, curated by Ruari Glynn as part of London Digital Week, is a collection of recent graduate work that uses digital tools in new and unexpected ways. The exhibition's aesthetic of laser-cut, and then bent, aluminium panels makes it feel a little bit as if a klingon will jump out from behind one of them at any moment, a playful atmosphere which is a pleasant contrast to the bland seriousness of the rest of the ground floor, with its hung ceilings, reception desk, and glass entrance barriers.