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Filed under: Illustration | Tags: Marcin Zeglinski, poduski, T-Shirt, Threadless
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: After Effects, Canon T1i, Dexter, Final Cut, Marcin Zeglinski, poduski, Title Sequence, True Blood
So this has been a long time coming. I was approached by an independent filmmaker to create a title sequence for the upcoming independent motion picture, “The Sacred.” I was given free reign so long as the outcome was nasty and thoroughly creepy. The forest is a prominent theme in the movie (it’s almost a character unto itself) so I show the more repulsive elements of a forest, i.e. insects and an eerie atmosphere. Blood is also a motif in the movie, so it gushes in buckets in the sequence; the names themselves drip and flow onto the screen. Shot on location in Orlando, edited in Final Cut, and composited/color-corrected in After Effects. I won’t lie, I took more than a few cues from the “Dexter” and “True Blood” credits.
Filed under: Illustration | Tags: Illustration, Marcin Zeglinski, New York, poduski, Shibuya
Some more illustration work. Kinda went in a new, more polished direction. Click for large scale.
Filed under: Branding, Illustration | Tags: ambigram, Digital Kitchen, Marcin Zeglinski, poduski
Ambigram I designed during my spare time. They’re tough to pound out, but not as difficult as one might think. Flip your screen upside down for the full effect.
Filed under: Motion/Video | Tags: After Effects, Blake Fawley, Brian Rust, Canon 7D, Colin Hesterly, Marcin Zeglinski, Motion Graphics, Wes Kandel
A few friends and I wanted to collaborate together before graduation from Full Sail University in Orlando and we came up with this. It’s an abstract piece in which we wanted to super impose technology and futuristic HUD elements onto natural ones for a nice contrast, and we wanted to impart the idea of nature vs. nurture. But we also just wanted to make a killer credits sequence together before we parted ways (for the time being anyway). We chose the name Not a Number since we had toyed around with the nvn idea and for asserting one’s individuality, but also for its floating-point implications (being the After Effects users that we are).
Filed under: Motion/Video | Tags: After Effects, Cinema 4D, CS4, Illustrator, Marcin Zeglinski, Okami, poduski, Sketch & Toon, Wes Kandel
Finished spot for Community Marriage Builders. It came out pretty close to the original concept. I know, I’m just as surprised. I’ve been having this itch to try out a sketchy/Okami (which I love) style and this is the final outcome. I also wanted to work on my transitions and they were much less difficult and much more fun than I had originally anticipated. I decided that the strokes,the hands, and the pattern would be the consistent anchors in the piece and I worked around that. An almost even blend of 2d/3d animation. Thanks again to Wes.