Around the world with Flightio

“Around the world with Flightio
The First time that we watched an animation in isometric graphic style, we fell in love with that. All of us in June11Studio.
Unfortunately, we cannot remember what that video was.
However, we just tried to do something like that, Creating a motion graphic in isometric camera mode.
Let us speak first about isometric projection!
Isometric projection is a method for visually representing three-dimensional objects in two dimensions in technical and engineering drawings.
The term “isometric” comes from the Greek for “equal measure”, reflecting that the scale along each axis of the projection is the same. An isometric view of an object can be obtained by choosing the viewing direction such that the angles between the projections of the x, y, and z axes are all the same, or 120°.
In this commercial video that is made for advertise Flightio co (hotels and flight online booking) we have tried to design a perfect story based on our favorite graphic style.
All of the scenes are created In Autodesk 3dsmax. many thanks to the Vray renderer the great, all of them were rendered in 130 hours by three computer.
Look developing of this video was an educational big challenge for our team that we passed it successfully.
Finally, we are so happy for finishing this lovely project in 35 days. Moreover, our client are very happy because they have a promotional video like this.
We hope the best for all the people who work in CG arts industries.”

June11Studio
August 1, 2018

Making It – Nick Offerman & Amy Poehler Art & Crafting Show

“Making it” – Ignition
Client: NBC
NBC Digital Project Manager: Emily Epstein
NBC Digital Creative Director: Nisha Carthunjarearn
Animation Studio: Mosomos Industries
Director: Mathew Amonson
Director of Photography: Bil Thompson
Producer: Mathew Amonson
Production Coordinator: Ai Ito
Camera & Lighting Tech: Ryan Paul Smith
Motion Control Operators: Mathew Amonson, Bil Thompson
Story Board Artist: Julia Liu
Animatic: Bil Thompson
Electromechanical Designer: Brian Haimes
Designers: Julia Liu, Hillary Barton, Josh Mahan
Stop Motion Animator: Josh Mahan
Stop Motion Rigging: Josh Mahan
Lead Art Crew: Hillary Barton, Josh Mahan, Brian Haimes, Melissa Chow
Art Crew: Bil Thompson, Kelsey Brewer, Gates Callanan, Luke Alexander
Production Assistant: Luke Alexander
Talent: John Bega, Kelsey Brewer, Gates Callanan, Hillary Barton,
Post Artists: Peter Fink, Ted Wiggin, Mathew Amonson
Colorist: Mathew Amonson
Composer: Kenny Kusiak
Writer: Mathew Amonson
Stage & Lighting: Mosomos Industries
Motion Control: Mosomos Industries
Additional Motion Control: Fixture Films

FOX SPORTS – EL CLASICO 2018

Year: 2018
Company: FOX Sports
Creative Director: Michele Ferrarese
Art Director: Giorgio Croce Nanni
Editor: Giorgio Croce Nanni
Supervisor & Producer: Sara Marsicola
3D Artist & Animator: Nide Ilustra, Donato Amenduni
3D Character Artist: Nide Ilustra
Texture Artist: Nide Ilustra
Key Art: Antonio Magliocco
Sound Designer: 
Robert Williams
Speaker: Flavio Aquilone

SBS NetworkDesign 2018 REBRAND

on air : 2018.07

MainID Director : Eugene Lee
MainID Style frame : Eugene Lee, DUDU, Eunjin Jo
MainID Animation : Eugene Lee
EndTag : Eugene Lee
Design Elements : Eunjin Jo
Executive Producer : SBS Visual Communication Team
Producer : Mira Kim

Production : cobb studio
cobb.tv

Twin Bar

For this project, we specifically extracted both “S” from the logo SBS and came up with the concept: Twin Bar.
By screening numerous incidents happening between the BARs, various types of happiness are visualized.
(Furthermore, trough multiple variations of TWIN BAR, the idea of SBS maintaining the traditional value while also showing its flexibility with the contents is shown)
Lastly, the twin bars are merged and rotates till they are linked to the logo of SBS.

Dove and Cartoon Network “I’m Fine”

Client: Dove

Agency: Ogilvy UK
Executive Creative Directors: Andre Laurentino & Gerald Lewis
Creative Team: Matt Nankivell, Vik Kanyo & Ollie Jarrott
Producer: Lora Jane Brisland

For Cartoon Network
Steven Universe creator: Rebecca Sugar

Production: Sweetshop
Director: Andrew Lang
Producer: Justin Edmund-White
DOP: Ula Pontikos

Animation: Picasso Pictures
Director: Frankie Swan 
Producer: Melissa Venet

Edit: The Quarry
Editor: Gary Forrester

Grade: The Mill
Colorist: Oisin O’Driscoll

For Unit
Post Producer: Jake Saunders
Sound Design: Jamie Thomas

Composer: Huntsmen Music

Adidas Originals “Original is Never Finished” FW18

Client: Adidas Originals

Agency: Johannes Leonardo
Chief Creative Officers: Jan Jacobs, Leo Premutico
Creative Director, Partner: Ferdinando Verderi
Creative Director: Wesley Phelan, Matthew Edwards
Associate Creative Director: Jeph Burton
Associate Creative Director: Hunter Hampton
Head of Integrated Production: Dana May
Executive Producer: Maria Perez
Senior Producer (Film): Tina Diep
Producer (Film): Jay Jenkins
Senior Producer (Photography): Alexia Politis

Production: Anonymous Content
Director: Marco Prestini
Head of Production: Kerry Haynie
Managing Director: Eric Stern
Executive Producer: Lori Stonebraker
Line Producer: Joanne Duray
Director of Photography: Rud Nils Mattias
Production Designer: Norman Page Buckner

Post: Blacksmith
EP: Charlotte Arnold
VFX Supervisor: Jacob Slutsky
Post Producer: Bindy St. Leger
Lead Compositors: Jacob Slutsky, Iwan Zwarts
Compositors: Yebin Ahn, Robert Bruce, Tim Regan, Caio Sorrentino, Nick Tanner
3D Lead: Olivier Varteressian
3D: Alvin Bae, Casey Reuter, Hassan Taimur, Tuna Unalan

Color: The Mill
Colorist: Fergus McCall
Color Assist: Nate Seymour, Andrew Cee, TJ Seiler, & Elias Nousiopoulos
Senior Producer: Rochelle Brown

Edit: Exile
Editor: Robert Lopuski
Jr Editor: Steve Nelson
Executive Producer: Sasha Hirschfeld
Producer: Becca Riehl

Audio Post: Mr Bronx
Sound Designer & Mixer – Eric Hoffman
Executive Producer: Molly Burke

Music: Human
Executive Producer: James Dean Wells
Creative Leads: Mike Jurasits & Morgan Visconti
Rearrangement of “Keep Pushing” by Daryl Pinsdorf

FAZUA

With the german brand Fazua, I created this abstract and modern video to visualize the main features of their e-bike engine. It is super light, it fits in many different setups and at the speed of 25km/h the engine disconnects from the bike, which let’s you easily continue paddling with higher speeds. Even though I had only two weeks for the whole clip, I quite much like the result, because the client was trusting me and did give me a whole creative freedom.

CREDITS
– Direction: Vincent Schwenk
– Animation Assistant: Alex Schlegel, Alexander Trattler
– Sounddesign: Jürgen Branz
– CAD conversion: Ronny Schmidt
– Client: Fazua

NYT : The Interpreter — Montage

“New York Times reached out to me to help them create their 2nd installment of The Interpreter — “National Identity Is Made Up”. The episode explores the origins of national identity and how it helped shape our modern societies. Interesting topic and a nice break from advertising and broadcast.

Role — Design, Animation
Full episode can be seen here — nytimes.com/video/The-Interpreter “

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