The final product is the tip of the iceberg. It’s the bit that everybody sees. But out of sight, out of mind is the rest of the iceberg – the three months working on generating concepts, storyboards, graphic design, animation, client meetings, sound design, filming, post production, encoding and programming. All to produce 150 frames of animation, or a website someone spends 15 minutes on.
In this presentation Hoss will present several recent projects and dish dirt on the rest of the iceberg for each one, including where it all went wrong and the bits that saved the day.
Who this presentation is for:
For people interested in the process of creating motion graphics, and with a desire to learn from the mistakes of others.
What attendees will walk away with:
The audience will walk away with understanding of how to approach motion graphics, by hearing about techniques that have worked and others that have been a disaster