Tag Archives: drawn
Strindberg & Helium
The most recent – albeit not so recent – episode of Strindberg & Helium. Helium is comic relief to the words, reportedly the REAL words of Strindberg, the Swedish philosopher. I doubt though, that he ever answered “Polo”! Continue reading
A “short” based on the back-story from the game.
Tee Shirt Ad
This ad was made in Flash then brought into After Effects.
“Snack and Drink”
“Snack and Drink”. Digitally painted, collaborative animation with Bob Sabiston, Tommy Pallotta and others who worked on “Waking Life”.
“The Art of Drowning”
Digitally painted, collaborative animation by Professor Matthew Soar and students at Concordia University in Montréal.
Hand painted, rotoscoped animation by Jeff Scher and words from former Poet Laureate, Billy Collins.
“No Time” by Jeff Scher.
The titles for the hit show “Mad Men”. A clean and simple commercial use of rotoscoping.
A pre-college project for admission to RISD; it’s a good example keeping of video within the rotoscope, AND using the rotoscoping as a story element.