Quick animated graffiti design that I tracked into the now ABC studios site at South Brisbane this was the industrial worksite before it was finished. Sketch 52 was about exploring unbalanced graffiti design - I was trying to make it almost like a crab with a giant claw. This was rigged and animated with IK
Another experimental 3d graffiti sketch. This video is also at Portside, Brisbane on what is to be developed apartment blocks. I am really pushing what I can do with a graffiti design here - exploring how it would be possible to flip the lettering and make it fold back on itself. This almost looks like
Sketch 63 was a test graffiti piece shot in a carpark in Brisbane. The only goal of this was about exploring how to shoot video for tracking graffiti into. I have it almost down to a fine art now. This is also a colour test exploring how far you can go with multiple colours in
Virtual graffiti under the Story Bridge, Brisbane… I’ve animated sketch 62 before with a very complex rig. Exploring a few things in this design mainly complex graffiti against a complex background. You really need strong foreground colours to make it stand out or even something animating on it else it becomes background noise.
Another early colour test near the Brisbane Story Bridge. One of the first tests that I did with putting a design into a real world environment. Looking back on this it doesn’t really fit into the environment, which works in some cases but not others. You’d expect this to be a different colour not so
Sketch 43 was an early animation test on how to reveal a graffiti design on an old work site. It was interesting going about the research for this type of work as it doesn’t exist! I researched how other people might have made graffiti animate but (at the time) there was nothing. Ended up thinking