Takehiko Inoue Water Ink Manga

Examples of Inoue Takehiko's work

From Slam Dunk and Vagabond to Real, the Manga work of Takehiko Inoue has been a focus for me for more than 15 years. Not only is his work entertaining and stunning, his unique, classical, elegant and gorgeous water ink style can make it irresistible to anyone at any time. It’s just a few simple neat lines with Japanese tattoos style background rendering together, but it gives me a sense of new life and value. Through his talented hands, his variety of brush strokes with the ink blooming effect (even when it’s just black and white), Takehiko Inoue clearly demonstrates an amazing depth of field and creative tension. I hope one day I can work with him, and help create a new generation of Motion Graphics.

 

Into sight with Motion Graphics —The Importance Of A Good Reel

As our graduate projects come up over the horizon & into sight here at VFS, all the mentor pitches and networking with creative professionals provide a great opportunity to start making a name for ourselves in our fields of interest. And what better way to do so than with a short motion graphics reel that can give anyone insight into my skills, interests, and style.

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Hummingbird Inspires

The latest Audi commercial, Hummingbird, is an inspirational spot promoting the A6 Avant. Created by BBH London and filmed by Oscar-nominated director Daniel Barber at Knucklehead London, the ad conceptually portrays the vehicle’s light-weight construction, agility and performance through the metaphor of a hummingbird. The 3D (done by Tom Bussell) and animation (done by The Mill) are amazing, right down to the naturalistic traffic cones.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyvRgTVmhao&feature=player_embedded

The Little Mermaid Wins at ScreamFest

Little Mermaid Wins best Short Film at Screamfest 2011 A few weeks ago we mentioned that The Little Mermaid was getting its world premiere screening at the infamous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles as part of Screamfest 2011. Well, the big news from the weekend is that this project has taken home the ‘Skully’ (I love it) award for best short film.

Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, the head of Entertainment Business Management posted the following on the VFS Digital Design Facebook page over the weekend.  “…On a personal note, I’d like to thank all of the VFS departments that contributed to this success – digital design student Kim Oxlund, writing grad Meagan Hotz, acting grad Trevor Gemma, and all of the Film and Foundation students on the crew – EBM could not pull this off without you. It is truly a testament to the fact that together we are more than the sum of our parts! Here’s to many more successful collaborations…”