story / concept / animation

New York Chapter

Comes to a close. A little over a month ago I came onto Motion Capture NYC’s team as an intern. I worked on their Whiteboard Animation side of things, doing heavy work in motion graphics using After Effects and Photoshop. Because of this opportunity, it lead me to more contacts and expanded my network. I gained a lot of experience and cool stuff to put on my reel! It was a lot of fun, but now it will be good to go back home and turn the next page on my life’s book. I’ve picked up a remote-work contract position at Misfits Attic and am very excited to finish my projects going on over there. Right now, things are very hush-hush, but you can check out the company and get an idea of what I’m working on here: Misfits Attic

Now that I’ve finished my work at MoCapNYC, I want to show you the projects I completed there. The promotions have gone public so feel free to check out Doodle and after you watch what they’re about. Pretty cool company if I say so myself! I did about 90% of the animation on the first spot, and on the second I did it entirely by myself. Let me know what you think!

 

 

4 responses

  1. Jordan

    Animation looks very professional and detailed, something I would find on a company website. Very nice job as always Ryan. New York’s done with, what are you plans now?

    09.03.2011 at 4:43pm

    • Like I said, Jordan, I’m working on this project remotely. It’s about 20 hours a week tops, and it’s pretty exciting. Other than that, I’ll probably head home and hang with family. Maybe pick up some more freelance work online. Who knows!

      09.06.2011 at 3:42am

  2. So proud of you Ry, keep up the great drawing!

    09.03.2011 at 5:14pm

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