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dan graetz
Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 11, 2006 at 6:55:57 am

hi all,

after a year of vacillation i've finally given my showreel some much needed attention. still some polishing to do (a few overscan glitches & the opening/closing graphics will change).
all elements were conceived, directed, edited & animated by graetzmedia.

hit it hard, smash it to pieces - all feedback greatly appreciated.

completely original soundtrack by Caleb James (http://www.calebjames.com)

http://www.graetzmedia.com/GM2006reel.mov

Quicktime 7 required.

cheers,

dan graetz
graetzmedia
brisbane, australia

daniel@graetzmedia.com


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dan graetz
Re: Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 11, 2006 at 7:12:10 am

"all elements were conceived, directed, edited & animated by graetzmedia . . ."

clarification - except for the 3d shot of the silver skyscrapers - i just did the art direction for that one.


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peterock
Re: Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 11, 2006 at 4:33:09 pm


you definately know where the 3d button is...i like it alot!
this animation in green/yellow to "live the life you dream", is that a 3d stroke?

peter



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dan graetz
Re: Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 12, 2006 at 3:12:41 am

glad you liked it - thanks for the feedback

the "live the life you dream" animation was all manual. each section of the roadmap shape was an individual layer with it's own animated mask. not sure where i summoned the patience from to pull it off :) after about two days of keyframing i had RSI, Carpal Tunnel, and A Nice Animation.


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peterock
Re: Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 12, 2006 at 12:07:12 pm

hostia! that must have been a lot of work!
i just started loving the 3d stroke,i think it could have been useful for you.
beside ae which software did you use?



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dan graetz
Re: Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 12, 2006 at 12:33:52 pm

yeah 3d stroke is pretty powerful - but for specific shapes like that an animated mask is the only way. 3d stroke would have only animated the outline of the shape.

there's a few shots from the surf film i slow-moed & stabilised in shake. the silver skyscrapers were done in maya. but other than that it's all after effects


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peterock
Re: Ready For Telly :)
on Apr 12, 2006 at 6:17:19 pm

I was exactly looking for this function, where the 3d stroke is not only animating the outlines ,but the content of the mask.....



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