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Update for my blog

I’ve created a new blog located here:

http://ayth1.tumblr.com/

Please follow me there for updates and more movement. =)

Cheers. 

I think this is one of the most amazing digital art pieces I have ever seen. I probably say this a lot but this one, trust me, it is amazing. You feel it when you watch it. Turn your sound up, make it full screen.

I was really really happy when I came across this video again on Vimeo. I had watched this some months ago and didn’t get to ‘like’ it. Time passed and I remembered the video but forgot the name. Nonetheless, I’ve found it again so here you go: A 42 second film for the 42 second film festival held in Beijing China. The director, Chris Milk, captures the essence of life in literally 42 seconds. It seems impossible but just watch.

LAUNDRY DAY from Dean Fernando on Vimeo.

Laundry Day - shot & cut by Dean Fernando. featuring Devon Patrice. Music by Express Rising (Dante Carfagna) - "miserable miracle" - memphix records

Really good video, I came across this while checking out camera equipment over at http://jag35.com/

At any rate, this video really made me think of my girl. A lot. Love you Akiyo.

I won’t say much about this besides watch it. Sound editing by Hecq.

I just happened upon Via Grafik the other day which lead me to another group which I will talk about later, but this video I must say is amazing. Extremely well edited, lit, and the sound really makes it. A must see. You can also watch it here http://www.between-film.com/

A piece by Ku-Schneider using Trapcode Particular. One amazing project. Excellent work and music by Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto (Two of my favorite ambient artists).

Simply amazing.

I need my bike in NYC.

Jordan Clarke, a student at the Vancouver Film School. Amazing with work with film studying human movement, 3D effects etc. He does it all and very well. This is based on compositing video with 3D, I’m guessing it could’ve been tracked with Boujou or something like that. The piece is amazing.

I’m not sure how I came across this piece. The work is amazing, video, type, and font. Really inspiring.

Rob and Hecq again. More type and sound work. What can I say these guys are on the top.

More work by Rob Chiu and Hecq. Viral for Else Mobile. Type and sound are amazing in this one.

Rob Chiu’s work is amazing. Sountrack by Hecq.

Update for my blog

I’ve created a new blog located here:

http://ayth1.tumblr.com/

Please follow me there for updates and more movement. =)

Cheers. 

I think this is one of the most amazing digital art pieces I have ever seen. I probably say this a lot but this one, trust me, it is amazing. You feel it when you watch it. Turn your sound up, make it full screen.

I was really really happy when I came across this video again on Vimeo. I had watched this some months ago and didn’t get to ‘like’ it. Time passed and I remembered the video but forgot the name. Nonetheless, I’ve found it again so here you go: A 42 second film for the 42 second film festival held in Beijing China. The director, Chris Milk, captures the essence of life in literally 42 seconds. It seems impossible but just watch.

LAUNDRY DAY from Dean Fernando on Vimeo.

Laundry Day - shot & cut by Dean Fernando. featuring Devon Patrice. Music by Express Rising (Dante Carfagna) - "miserable miracle" - memphix records

Really good video, I came across this while checking out camera equipment over at http://jag35.com/

At any rate, this video really made me think of my girl. A lot. Love you Akiyo.

I won’t say much about this besides watch it. Sound editing by Hecq.

I just happened upon Via Grafik the other day which lead me to another group which I will talk about later, but this video I must say is amazing. Extremely well edited, lit, and the sound really makes it. A must see. You can also watch it here http://www.between-film.com/

A piece by Ku-Schneider using Trapcode Particular. One amazing project. Excellent work and music by Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto (Two of my favorite ambient artists).

Simply amazing.

I need my bike in NYC.

Jordan Clarke, a student at the Vancouver Film School. Amazing with work with film studying human movement, 3D effects etc. He does it all and very well. This is based on compositing video with 3D, I’m guessing it could’ve been tracked with Boujou or something like that. The piece is amazing.

I’m not sure how I came across this piece. The work is amazing, video, type, and font. Really inspiring.

Rob and Hecq again. More type and sound work. What can I say these guys are on the top.

More work by Rob Chiu and Hecq. Viral for Else Mobile. Type and sound are amazing in this one.

Rob Chiu’s work is amazing. Sountrack by Hecq.

Update for my blog

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This is a blog linked to my likes on Vimeo. These are the videos that move, inspire, and push me. They will move you also. Enjoy

Eric

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