I made a bunch of marker on glass animation for this documentary Wild Reverence, that goes on tour this week! Check out the tour dates below (including Spokane, Sept 12 and Seattle Oct 2).
Wild Reverence: The Plight of the American Wild Steelhead chronicles one of the most sought after fish on the planet and the severe decline of wild populations.
Directed by Shane Anderson, it features about three minutes of animation made by myself using a marker on glass frame by frame technique and some After Effects compositing. Above you can see one of the segments, and below a few stills. Learn more about the documentary here: http://www.northforkstudios.net/
I’m happy to see that Wild Reverence, the doc I worked on last year, is now available for viewing on vimeo’s ‘on demand’ platform after a run of screenings on the West Coast. I created some animated segments using a marker-on-glass technique, Photoshop for some coloring and After Effects. Here is the description: “Director Shane […]
Yesterday I finished the animation for the Wild Reverence documentary! The last segment involves a fish being cut up, representing all the various ways that their population is being harmed. The fish morphs into a man again, who dives into the water and morphs back into the fish. Here are a few photos and stills […]
I’ve been working on a documentary for a few months, and thought it was time to share some photos with you! Wild Reverence is a doc about Steelhead, a type of salmon that used to be abundant in the Pacific Northwest, but whose numbers are dwindling. Now it is a rare fish sought after by […]