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Motion Weekly

The Motion Weekly is a showcase of awe-inspiring short films, animation and motion graphic works from around the web. Some pieces featured have been created by professional studios, while others may be personal works. May this weekly segment serve to inspire you.


The Scarecrow - Jim McKenzie

As a sculptor myself, I especially enjoyed this film showing Jim McKenzie's process for making his incredible scarecrow character.

"The Scarecrow" documents the complete step by step process of creating a character starting from a simple sketch in 2014 to a fully developed gallery show piece in 2016 debuting at Jim McKenzie's "Lost Magic" at Copro Gallery.

Film By: Jim McKenzie Music Written By: Jim McKenzie, Tomi Ervi Orchestration By: Tomi Ervi Gallery Footage: Dave Yeaman Resin Caster: Christopher Dumbos Cake maker: Dante Nuno of Fire And Icing Paint Assistant: Kenneth Christian Publicist: Melissa Ximena Golebiowski of Lost Literati PR

Special Thanks to: Aardman Nathan Love Erica Miller & Gary Pressman of Copro Gallery Trust Collective

For more art go to: JimMcKenzie.net


These next 3 films are a part of a series surrounding 4 artists that were invited to Stryn, Norway. Inspired by the powerful beauty of nature, these artists each created some unique art projects. All 3 films were incredibly shot and look absolutely amazing.

Simon Beck - Snowartist

A British artist making some incredible patterns in undisturbed snow...

By creating mesmerizing designs in the snow just by walking in a pair of snowshoes the british artist Simon Beck takes hiking in the mountains to a whole other level

Simon Beck was one of 4 artists that were invited to Stryn in Norway. The inspiration they found here led to unique art projects!

See other films in this project:
Kneip- Designer duo : vimeo.com/156854048
Benedicte Årsland- Cellist: vimeo.com/156002582

#inspirasjonstryn facebook.com/inspirasjonstryn


Benedicte Alstveit Årsland - Cellist

A cellist hikes to several different ambient locations with her cello to record parts of an amazing piece, which is played together at the end of this film.

Benedicte Alstveit Årsland was one of 4 artists that were invited to Stryn in Norway. The inspiration they found here led to unique artprojects!

See other films in this project:
Kneip- Designer duo : vimeo.com/156854048
Simon Beck - Sno artist: vimeo.com/155292692

#inspirasjonstryn facebook.com/inspirasjonstryn


The Designerduo "Kneip" - Jørgen & Stian

This pair of artists travel and collect driftwood and ideas for a unique project.

Jørgen Platou Willumsen & Stian Korntved Ruud was two of 4 artists that were invited to Stryn in Norway. The inspiration they found here led to unique artprojects!

See the other films in this series:
Simon Beck - Snowartist: vimeo.com/155292692
Benedicte Alstveit Årsland - Cellist: vimeo.com/156002582

#inspirasjonstryn facebook.com/inspirasjonstryn


Showreel Pick of the Week

This week's Showreel Pick is from the award-winning team at Yell images. Fantastic work that you'll want to see full-screen.

We are an award-winning team with a strong voice on motion design & animation. Our work is a mix of pure reality and loud journeys to the most insane worlds. We shout out our passion for creating motion graphics not just sharp and progressive but also meaningful and significant. Pictures are like written words. They remain in time. That's why we are strongly committed to designing truly unique and long lasting styles.

Direction,Animation,Design : YELL Moving Images
Sound Design: Echoic Audio
Video Editing : Akis Polizos
Music Track : Crying Over Pros For No Reason (edIT)

Check out more of their work here.


Thanks for watching!

Have some inspirational motion work to share? Drop me a line at: nickcharles@renderosity.com with the subject line: Motion Weekly.


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