360 film and mural

It’s been an incredibly busy week: there was my presentation on Tuesday, and our open day yesterday at Beeldtaal Filmmakers where we held workshops about video editing, marketing, and 360 film, where we had made one especially for the ocassion! You can see it here, on our Youtube Channel:

Audio was designed by Bob Kommer audio studio, and featured here is our crew: Joren Lenferink (cameraman and drone operator in the film), Lukas Brouwer (animator and barista in the film), Arnold Bomhof (editor and scientist in the film), Daniel Nijenhuis (our boss and plays the translator in front of the flipover), Heleen Nijenhuis (human resources and the lady on the bike), Chris Frieswijk (editor and director, plays the juggler), Chris Dunnink (editor, journalist, and writer, plays the astronaut), Bas (our intern and the one who wears flippers), and myself (I’m the one that’s chasing after the animated characters).

What isn’t featured in the film, because it came a few weeks after our shoot, is a large mural I designed for our studio. We had it printed last week, and this week it was finally installed on the wall:

 

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Hanse convention

Two months ago, I took on a job as animator/motion designer at Beeldtaal Filmmakers in Deventer, and I’ve been incredibly busy since then. I haven’t been able to work on the Rube Goldberg machine very much, so that’ll be something I’ll pick up again in the summer, when the pressure goes down and our clients go on holiday. In the meantime, here’s a film I made with Beeldtaal for the 2017 Hanse Convention in Kampen. It was shown today at the opening:

Rube Goldberg

This is a work in progress I am currently busy with. It is going to be an explanatory animation using an animated Rube Goldberg machine.

Part of the Rube Goldberg setup.

Two animated hands that will be used within the machine itself. Rig was made by me, the animation itself is a test to see if the rig is functioning properly.