Tag: Motion Graphics

Today’s customers are harder to reach. Not only are modern products significantly more complex and difficult to explain, but the modern consumer faces continual bombardment from hundreds of brands every waking hour. How can you cut through the fray and make those elusive sales? Enter stage right: the explainer video

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If you have a project that’s ripe for animation, it can be a little tricky to find the right motion design studio for you. There’s a lot to choose from and more popping up all the time.

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At 2016 is coming to a close, it’s appropriate to look back in order to look forward and see emerging trends for 2017.

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This is a quick little 10-second animation illustrating Rich Koz’s Svengoolie first line ever on TV. I used DUIK to rig the character and After Effects to animate. (more…)

The handcrafted kit is finally here. It slices, it’s dices, it’s a bunch of leftover assets cannibalized from old projects. It’s awesome.
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This is just a quick little process walk-thru on how they made the Stranger Things title design, not a tutorial!

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Video cost: Let’s get down to brass tacks and talk about real numbers as it relates to real world project. This is pretty much the first thing I get asked by a prospect.  (more…)

Here’s some motion graphics industry related readings that I’ve been checking out in July. You may dig these too. You can find me on Flipboard if you search for my Magazine Motion Attack. Quite a few of the links have been flipped there.

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