For this week’s blog, I’ve been asked to give an overview about my time on the Bridge programme, through Animation Skillnet, to photo-realistic modelling and everything in-between. Before GLUE, I studied 3D Visual effects in London with Escape Studios, spending a good part of the beginning of 2015 working on my portfolio and showreel before
The man himself It is almost 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare (or Willm Shaxberd, depending on which of the 80+ variations of his name you use – we’re not so sure that he even spelled it correctly himself!). To celebrate this great man’s legacy, we were commissioned to create a video featuring
I applied for a work placement / animation internship in GLUE in April and was pleased to receive a quick response from Ray Mongey, the Managing Director. He invited me for a chat in their office located (at the time) in Mill Street, South Dublin.
We’d like to take a couple of minutes to sit down and share with you some of the feedback and monitor how the video trends online we received for our latest project which we made for a PR company based in the UK on behalf of Lego. That project is of course, the LEGO Eurovision video celebrating 60 years of the competition.
We were commissioned to create the visuals for a LEGO themed homage to the Eurovision and to wish it a Happy 60th Birthday! In this weeks blog we would like to take the opportunity to break down some of the shots and explain a little about the process and how this stop motion style 3D animation was created.