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2021, Come On ! Motion Design Monday

For our first Monday of 2021, we bring a film and motion design shared with us by Régis RAFFIN title 2021, Come On ! Come on 2021, we're ready for you! Do you feel like starting this year pedal to the metal? On the great « come on » performed by The Hives, Director Régis Raffin offers us a shot of pure adrenaline with this short 3D animated film. A bit of crazy and fun to kickstart 2021 with enthusiasm and determination!

Santi Zoraidez - New Normality Reel

Santi Zoraidez shared a collection of his best 3D work done in 2020. I am personally a fan of his incredible designs. I actually try to recreate some of them to learn 3D. Disclaimer, they never look even closer to his. That’s why I really love to feature any update from Santi. Plus I really relate to what he wrote for the description of this project, quoted below from Behance.

3D & Motion Neons Lines by Stato ®

Stato ® is a duo of creative director Jimena Passadore and 3D Generalist José León Molfino based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They have 13 years of experience in the motion graphics market as a creative duo leading a talented team of artists. They will transform your ideas into an upscaled visual experience. Push the limits.

Tylko Organise effortlessly -3D & Motion Design

Reisinger Studio with Facu Labo and Aimar Molero Music & Sou were briefed to create four ideas to promote Tylko's "Organise effortlessly" mantra. Using Maxon Cinema 4D they created some abstract 3D work and here’s a set of  work in progress & 3D explorations.

If I’m Honest Motion Design

Hussam Eissa shared a motion design project featuring a retro look mixed with clever use of 3D. If I’m Honest is a music video made for DJ Gem that takes the viewer through a magical summer journey. The video explores the concept of a twin flame love, a magnetic connection that shows up in the different phases of your life. 

DISPERSION Motion in 3D

J.King Chou shared a 3D and motion design project titled DISPERSION. As the name suggests it’s about light effects and some abstract choreography of shapes overlapping. You all know by now that I am a fan of this type of effect. Perhaps it’s time to dust off my old Photoshop skills.

Clarus Via Motion Design

Anxo Vizcaíno shared a 3D and motion design project titled Clarus Via. Clarus (latin for light, clear) Via (latin for way, path) is a short story about light, an exploration of its behaviors and its capacity to create space and time. It's also about being born, exploring, understanding and finding. Thierry Urbain's work has been a great source of inspiration, along with wonderful architecture works around the world.

Fighting Fish - Motion Design Sculptural Visions

‘Fighting Fish’ is the collision of the sculpture and motion design practices of North Boy South aka multi-award winning motion artist (and Stash alumni) Simon Robson. 2020 with all its ructions has allowed time for many creatives to re-evaluate their paths and Simon is no exception. After years of secretly dreaming and drafting his sculptures on paper, this year Simon has dared to make his practice a reality, diving into the physical realization of his sculptural visions.

Fifth Element's inspired ad for Puma RS2K

A throwback from the late 90s with this collaborative project for Puma. Exploring these past aesthetics through motion design, art direction, and pure nostalgia! After watching the ad campaign, for who you will remember. You will recognize inspiration from an iconic movie back from these years: 'The fifth element' starring Bruce Willis and Milla Jovovich. It's a pleasure to watch and would like to send our regards to the entire crew behind this production. We took the liberty to list them below, props!

‘Cycle’ - A Short Film by MNFST.studio

'Cycle' is an abstract take on plastic - from its organic origins to how it is slowly becoming a part of the natural cycle. Made by humans to last, MNFST studio questions whether plastic will outlive nature itself. 

Motion Design Monday - Coding Explorations

Andreion de Castro shared a personal motion design project, exploring and experimenting with creative coding on a daily basis. Inspired by pop culture, he often uses lyrics and movie references as the premise of his animations. “As you will see when you browse through my posts, I tend to work  with more emotion and depth, translating into a slower motion.” - adds Andreion. Combining traditional and modern mediums, constantly seeking what could be the future for design.

Motion Design for Tom Dixon Fat Chair Intro

Tom Dixon needed a creative partner for their latest product creation - the Fat Chair.  Jonathan Formento working closely with the incredible team of the acclaimed British designer to bring the chair to life in a fun and compelling way. They split the film in three chapters: Intro, Materiality and Finale. Below you can se some of the behind the scenes as well as beautiful 3D renderings.

Motion Design for Town Portal Vanitas

Gabriele Calvi shared a motion design project for the music video made for Vanitas is a free interpretation of a common sleep cycle with the aim of visually representing the dark and eerie sounds of the song. Hence the choice of the subject of “sleep” which, conceived as the most death-like everyday experience, allowed to trace the obscure and nocturnal atmosphere of the track, without sticking too much to the usual imagery associated with heavy music.

Satisfying Loops using Cinema 4D and Octane Render

Ben Fearnley shared a series of, as he says, very satisfying loops created using Cinema 4D and Octane Render. As a fan of 3D and trying to learn a bit more in my spare time, this type of work definitely gives me the boost of motivation to keep going.

Flow - Motion Design Exploring the World of Mountain Bikes

Flow is a curious visual exploration journey into the world of mountain bikes and its elements. For some time Twistedpoly wanted to bridge his two passions, which is his creative side and the love for bikes. This film is the result of experimenting with different elements using Cinema 4D for 3D and motion graphics accompanied by music and sound design by White Noise Lab.

Motion Design Monday - Rising ASEAN Opening Title

A Malay Docu series that explores the multi-faceted communities living in the Southeast Asia countries that form ASEAN. Kelly KTKL shared this motion design and 3D project a couple of years ago, but it’s the first time I see it, otherwise I would have featured it here on abdz. - another quite extraordinary fact is that Kelly had 8 days to conceptualize and complete this whole project. By the way, this project was created using Cinema 4D if you are curious about.

Liquid Colorful Paint in 3D by Ditroit Studio & Malaki

The third installment of Ditroit Studio collaboration with Malaki concerns the Molasses essences. As the Molasses flavors are brought to life through abstract paintings, each one an artistic representation of the taste it is named for, the designers and motion designers drew inspiration from the iconic graphic element of the Molasses packs, the very brushstroke decoding this neat concept through 3D play involving liquid colorful paint, dynamic brush effects and product.

ASICS Feel Fast & Dynaflyte FF - Illustration and Motion Design

Adhemas Batista directed a series of animations for Asics Worldwide partnering with Zombie Studio and commissioned by 180LA, advertising agency based in Los Angeles. The series of animations is a fun representation of the feeling of running with the Flytefoam technology by Asics. Live action direction by David Black.

Motion Design Monday! Carrier of Time

It’s Motion Design Monday and we would love to share the amazing project that Children Chiu shared titled Carrier of Time. It was done using Houdini and Redshift and it’s simply beautiful. It was created to promote Taiwan. Since the Age of Discovery, Taiwan has been irradiated with diverse cultures. This history makes Taiwan merge different cultures, and refract them into beautiful shadows.

Mographic Aberration - Motion Design

Mographic Aberration is a side project of Christiaan Endeman. It comes from 'Chromatic Aberration' but he just twisted it to suit a more Motion Design-y project. For the past few years, I created 'semi daily' renders with little to no direction when it came to content. For 2019 I wish to stick to one different theme every month. This theme can be integrated in any form or variety. As you may have guessed, this month's theme is: Chromatic Aberration.

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