Stay tuned for more images from this project.
Thanks to John Sabota for linking me up with this.
Very rare animation frames, original artwork and storyboards from KMFDM animations SONOFAGUN and A Drug Against War now available!
All artwork is signed by BRUTE!
Inquire here for free samples and availability. email@example.com
During my long-postponed visit to the UK this month, I came across a number of original artworks.
Stored in air-tight folders and packed into a steel chest, items from the early to late 90′s (including a number of animation frames and storyboards from the two animations I did for KMFDM) came to light as well as a treasure trove of ink originals, sketch books, silkscreens and graphic porn – all in perfect condition.
I will be auctioning many of these rare items on eBay in a month or so, so please keep watching this space.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for samples and inventory or go here: http://www.theultraheavybeat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2995
A fan recently sent me two frames from the KMFDM animation ‘Drug Against War’ which I worked on with H-Gun Studios in Chicago, circa 1993. The top one is a three cel composite (additional inking by Pete Moriarty) while the one below is the basic illustration which was later coloured in Photoshop and animated in Director.
Special thanks to the Bert Bosman collection.
View the video here
I love this and would appreciate if anyone knows how it was created (Flash? Swish?)
Superb 3D and motion graphics design.
This is a beautiful animation that contains so many sweet elements: cut-aways, industrial illustration, mo-cap and vector-traced 3D rendering. And on top of all that, its poignant.
A very cool 3D Transformer project
sound reactive visuals
music by Croissant production
Built with Processing
Amazing Constructivist short animation.
Great utilisation of graphic art and motion graphics. Can’t wait to see the series in its entirety.
Excellent use of motion-capture graphics
I’ve always liked nutty movies like David Lynch’s Eraserhead and the weird stop-action animation of the Quay Bros. so I thought I’d not only pay homage to these great artists but extract a little piss at the same time. I shot this in one tiny room in 20 mins using a feather duster, an action figure, an old duvet and a bust of an old Jamaican guy.