I was commissioned with another visual designer, Yazmon Ector, to create the animation for a video that introduces the University of Michigan’s Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Symposium. The video introduces a new mark, meant to symbolize the university's mission to promote local advocacy, to find where you fit in. Above is the video, and below a video of the Keynote speech where such was presented.
Work Completed By Me:
0:00 - 0:40 Responsible for all flat animation, lighting effects on the bullet done by Yazmon Ector. Glows on the beam of light and Sphere at the beginning done by me.
0:40 - 0:50 Responsible for all aspects of 3D cloth simulation, lighting, materials, and rendering for this segment of the video
0:50 - 1:30 Video overlay done by Yazmon, I animated the text on the screen, and animated the reveal of the text overlayed with video.
1:30 - 2:25 I was responsible for animating the new mark onto the screen, and creating graphic overlays to visually explain its design. The design of the mark itself was done by designer Andrea Cardinal.
2:25 - End Responsible for setting the imagery visually on the screen, animating text for the questions at the end, and setting the credits in the video. Andrea Cardinal set the typography for the credits and questions.
Audio was put together by Audio Designer Ben Roberts -
Software: Motion Capture Data, Marvelous Designer, Cinema 4D
Timeline: Completed over the span of a week - a total of 40 hours freelance.