This digital artwork was created using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Manually moving multiple elements individually one at a at time to produce a traditional animation effect.[Read more…] about Cryogenic – Animated Digital Art Portrait by Vectorvault
Each opening credits sequence is a work of art. Season 4 is no acceptation.
Have you questioned the nature of your own reality?
This week we discovered the NFT artwork of Chris Labrooy. This piece in particular really captured our attention. Before we knew it, the entire Vectorvault team was exploring his diverse portfolio of commercial and artistic work. Each blurs the lines between gravity, colour, texture and shape. This Porche 964 reclining in a pool, does not seem out of place. In fact, it is very much where it’s supposed to be.
This one-of-a-kind VFX masterpiece is certified unique on the SuperRare blockchain. As the value of it increases over time, the provenance (digital historical record of ownership) travels with it. As an owner, you become a part of this unique digital work’s story. Forever.
— Chris Labrooy (@ChrisLabrooy) February 7, 2021
Blue 964 in a pool
*Edition 1 of 1
Blue porsche 911 964 in a
pool with the lights going
on and off. Year 2021
Click this tablet below for the actual piece:
Transport yourself to Kumandra
Back in October, we posted the teaser for Raya and the Last Dragon. Today, Disney Animation Studios released the official trailer and it’s pretty interesting. Watch it and let us know what you think about it in the comments section below.
Watch the official trailer below:
Lenticular printing is a specialized image process that uses bevelled lenses to create the illusion of depth or motion. Although the original process dates back to 1896, this process has come a long way.
I’ve been fascinated with lenticulars ever since I pulled one out of a Frosted Flakes cereal box in the 80’s. I could not understand how an image could move simply by the way that I moved it in my hand. Years later, I would be given the opportunity to design several of my own. One for Miller Genuine Draft. Looking back, that was almost 15 years ago:
[Read more…] about How to make a 3D Motion Lenticular