What I love about motion graphics is how story is being told. I find it interesting motion graphics has develop throughout the year along with technology which make a big impact on story telling. My favourite designer is Simon Holmend because I really like the visual he makes with any animation he makes. I agree with what he say as well “software plays a big deal.” You can have a good idea but don’t know how to make beautiful visual you’ll have trouble in motion graphic industry.
I always try to push myself in software and ideas by producing every day renders and creating realistic environment for example forest, jungle and many more. My experience working for Peter Andrewson studio wasn’t amazing. I was doing most of the 3d work but they weren’t sure what kind of direction they wanted to go to and I personally felt tired and wasn’t very motivated. From working there, I have not learnt anything at all and felt a complete waste of time. When I was when Luke hall’s studio I had lots of 3d work to do and I was learning so much that I improved every day and enjoyed waking up to go to work. Overall, I would not work for peter Andrewson studio ever again.
I started to daily renders to boost my creativity. I wanted to explore particle and the relation between shape, so I started to learn Xpresso which is a visual code. The I was happy with the result as I learnt a bit of Python which is very hard coding system to learn. I used redshift to render this out because I felt it would enhance the image and make it more beautiful. I composted the render in Fusion9 which is a node base, with After Effect is layer base.
Another fun person project I currently working on and not finish is using motion capture data. I wanted to create a fun animation with what I can do with the motion capture data and create a short film calling it Dance Off. So far, the progress looking good and with the power of redshift I can render things much better. What I need to do after finish rending I would need to composite, lighting, timing and then adding sound.