Bloody Diary is a daily animation project created by an animator, Min Liu.
The cool art of Baltimore based artist Robert Young
Amazing illustrations by Arcade 28 also known as Timothy Tang
Work by photographer and motion designer A.L Crego
Project/Product Of The Day: Pop On Op an interactive real-time animation object book by Parratoro
Thanks for watching my animation! I did it in order to teach myself Cinema 4D and Vray in my spare time, the renders aren’t perfect but the best I could get out of my machine. While I setup up most of the geometry using tracers, Xpresso and Thinking Particles, I had some help along the way from the following great resources…
I edited the motion captures from this archive >>> sites.google.com/a/cgspeed.com/cgspeed/motion-capture and used Microsoft Kinect for some parts aswell
I tweaked the character models from >>> thefree3dmodels.com/
Sound effects we’re mostly sourced from >>> freesound.org
And the music is obviously from Capcom’s Street Fighter 2, play it here >>> itunes.apple.com/ie/app/street-fighter-ii-collection/id459660048?mt=8
If you like this, then checkout the original & far superior Quayola and Memo ‘Forms’ >>> vimeo.com/37967381
Street artist INSA combines street art and hypnotic effects and both mashed together create eye catching hypnotic gif art. INSA described this as “online meets offline, hand painted animated street art”.
Using several layers of paint, retouching, and multiple photographs INSA produces the illusion of an undulating street art mural. The laborious process results in several photographs of different versions of the same mural that are then combined to create an animated GIF. The peculiar process allows for a real indoor and outdoor component to street art which contrasts online and off, digital and analog.- Via Hi-Fructose