Finally the subtitled version of my animation-documentary "Me Gusta el Verde".
This was an assignment for a documentary seminar I took on my fourth year film school in Buenos Aires. The challenge was to make a documentary about yourself and the way for me was clear after reading Camille Dumoulier's "Nietzsche and Artaud" mainly but finally i picked-up ideas from here and there and this was the result.
The animation was made entirely in After Effects and the art was made in photoshop and illustrator. The Music was composed by my brother. Solaris by Andrei Tarkovsky was a major inspiration for this piece, particularly the idea of the brain-ocean and the thoughts on what reality might be.
Thursday, September 2, 2010
Monday, August 23, 2010
This also was for Nueva Ola, the company I worked with for a bit. It was sent to sell web design services to businesses around Neuquén in the south of Argentina. The Idea behind this peace was to show how we could offer different styles fitting different needs depending on each company's profile.
Really needed to post the before and after. The challenge here was to remove the "taken with a flash" look and also give the photo an interesting feeling. This was shot on a jam session and the drummer is my brother, they are creating some really great music so if you happen to be in Buenos Aires, stop by "remember pub" on Thursdays and Friday's nights I'll be glad to give you the address.
First post on photo retouching. This was shot in Fernandez Oro in the south of Argentina, one wonderful dawn and dear, dear photoshop takes its part in making this look even better. Mainly I removed a green cast and played around with the colors so the picture would be as good as it could. Hope you like it and of course more photo retouching will be uploaded soon.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Kicking off the blog with the first inspiration i got for the name. This is actually the first part of a series consisting of pictures and typography being used together and joined by a very feeble link that changes from peice to peice. The words I use on each photography are just words I like phonetically and they may be in english or spanish as they occur to me. Aesthetically this peace owes probably more than it should to a great artist I found one day (http://blog.iso50.com/) be sure to stop by his site if you are into retro style.
Any comments on this entry or subsequent ones is more than welcome of course. Also, in the following days I'll be uploading as much material of my authoring as I can so please do stop by.