Another example of early visual fx done well. This is a great sequence from a great film. The visual fx co-ordinator was inspired to use similar techniques as those used in Catalog.
This is an old piece from the early sixties, its a great example of early computer based visual graphics. Its almost like a modern day showreel.
This is more an example of what id like to attempt for my major work. I like the way the composition builds up along with the music. It a great vjaying style (much different to my own). I feel it looses its impact quickly however. The song progresses a great deal, where as the visual elements remain the same.
Looking at this show real as an idea for my my major work. Rather than a show real per say Im thinking a live av performance, or a show real type thing of clips of live performances.
This is a fairly straight forward video clip. A footage is of the band performing the song and the b side is an abstract cg organism. I like the way the organism builds up complexity as the song does. The use of light flares and reflections sometimes feel like a little too much.
This is great example of a simple idea executed extremely well. While I’m not big on the song itself i love the way new new elements are introduced as new instruments enter the score.
This is another great example of a promo video and exceptional A/V performance. The promo is set out almost like a mini documentary, following the visual crew as the embark on erecting the stage for the tour. Along with this we get glimpses of the live tour and the stage in action.
This video is a great example of live A/V performance. I love the use of abstract elements such as the lights and flares used to represent elements of the script. Although it is a rather abstract piece it still remains conceptual and provokes an emotive response from the audience.