Need to do more random videos like this. Here’s toy Theremin I was given as a birthday present years ago. Squirrelly little guy, ain’t he?
Over the month of January I had the pleasure of working on a comedy pilot episode destined for the New York Television Festival 2012 Comedy Central Pilot Competition. It was directed and produced by local Melanie Case (www.melaniecase.com/) of Killing My Lobster fame. I was brought on to edit, and ended up doing motion graphics and some sound, too.
We found out recently it did not make the finals, which is sad, but it’s also happy because now I can make the video public and share it with you. I’ll tell ya, if you’re in to neurotic women smoking pot and talking about their ladyparts, you’re in for a treat!
With that, I present the pilot for Sketchy Betches. Hope you enjoy watching as much as I did working on it!
After the fun we had creating both the Meeblips themselves and the video behind it (see this post: http://sound-and-vision.org/2012/01/20/meeblip/), we decided to share our experience with Create Digital Music, who with Reflex Audio are responsible for bringing us these awesome, affordable digital synthesizer kits. We received a very nice email back from Peter Kirn of CDM saying they would feature the video when they re-upped their stock, and feature they did! Check out the article here : http://createdigitalmusic.com/2012/03/meeblip-se-making-our-open-synth-hardware-better-more-available-starting-now/
Thanks to CDM and Reflex for the shout and for the fun music project. Can’t wait to see what you come up with next. (Psssst… XOX style drum synthesizer!!)
After two years of freelancing, I’ve managed to land a nice, stable 9 – 5 gig which starts in less than a week. Knowing your free time is about to become a very precious commodity is great motivation to finish up the odd project you might have sitting around.
Result? I cleaned up, finished, and edited together this reel of miscellaneous Cinema 4D projects from the last few months. Everything that was cool but didn’t warrant uploading to Vimeo on it’s own. We’ve got 300 fps flying Legos, a few idents for imaginary movie studios, a spot for an SF Weekly column, and lots of neon lights. Fun, random stuff.
Tools used :
Cinema 4D, Realflow, Grey Scale Gorilla HDR Light Kit Pro, After Effects, Premiere, & Boris FX.
Music : Washed Out — Feel It All Around
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