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PartiallyFrozen
10-01-2007, 10:34 PM
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Just wanted to post this in case anyone missed it on Motionographer.

"Check out this stop-motion/2d/3d music video for Locksley, completed during their off time over the course of 5 months by Mark Phillips and friends. I know thereís a ton of cut-up, 2D character pieces out there today, but I really appreciate how a great deal of their motion isnít done by cutting them up and animating their limbs, but by sequencing shots. The lip-syncing in this respect is fantastic. All of that is coupled with a fun and strong concept."


I got to do a lot of work on Art Direction and other stuff. But we did it on no budget and while doing full-time jobs in VFX...(during crunch time HAHA SUCKED) So yeah this is a new music video for New York-based band Locksley. check it out!!

http://markedanimation.com/video_pa...cksley-AOA.html (http://markedanimation.com/video_pa...cksley-AOA.html)
(HighRes- aka crashing our servers sooo go with youtube for now)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bdRp9auXOw
(YouTube)


CREDITS:

Director - Mark Phillips
Producers - Mark Phillips, Hideaki Charles Sato
Art Directors - Mark Phillips, Ben Myers, Mark Theriault
Production Designer - Skylar Wesby
Animators - Mark Phillips, Ben Myers, Bryan Matthews, Paul Beaudry
Technical Director - Mark Theriault
Background Designer - Ben Myers
Visual Effects Designer - Mark Theriault
Band Photographer - Dasha Anokhina
Additional Photography - Mark Phillips, Ben Myers
Online Editor - Christopher Mines
Storyboards - Mark Phillips
3D Artists - Andrew Hasko, Radek Michalik
Additional Designers - Mark Fanslow, David Morton
Creative Consultant - Sam Bair
Music by /Locksley/ (Sam Bair, Aaron Collins, Kai Kennedy, Jesse Laz-Hirsch)
Special Thanks - David Morton, Dan Moulder, The Kinetic Playground

Thanks,
Mark Theriault

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