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Almost 5 Million Views

If you don’t know this song, listen – it’s a gem. A lot of people don’t know the band either, although they are very popular worldwide. 15 more words

2015 Showreel

What a busy year it has been, we’re over halfway through 2016 and only just getting around to writing this. Here’s a breakdown of the individual shots seen in the 2015 showreel, as well as links to the various projects and my corresponding blog posts if you would like to learn more about them. 711 more words

Motion Graphics

My Favorite 5 Animated Music Videos #1

Ah Ha – Take On Me

Released in 1985, this video will always and forever be #1 in my heart! There is so much I could say about this video, but I don’t want to make this post too long. 409 more words


Aku no Hana: Anime and Manga Review

Aku no Hana is a Psychological manga adapted into an anime series in 2013. It is written by Oshimi Shuzo, and the manga had an original run from September 2009 to May 2014 with a total of 11 volumes. 1,579 more words


Takagi Masakatsu-Continuous Moving Paintings

Last week, while commuting to work, a colleague critiqued some of  my practice which were a few rotoscopes and my current project. Alienation & Conformity (2015) 259 more words


Blender screen replacement & marker removal

Lately I’ve been doing more and more for 3DArtist magazine. I got to meet editor Steve Holmes at Siggraph last year, and since then, he keeps inviting me back to do more fun compositing tutorials in Blender, which of course is a pleasure. 250 more words




For either broadcast video or Internet streaming video, rotoscoping is the rotated projection of a sequence of usually photographed action image frames so that the artist can trace from the frame or create an image to superimpose on it. 868 more words