DESIGNERS APARTMENT / Takeshi Tsunehashi

Here are two wonderful videos from Tokyo-based DESIGNERS APARTMENT (Takeshi Tsunehashi / 常橋岳志)

The first (above) is called "forest". Tsunehashi used Trapcode Particular for the particles and Trapcode Form for the fog. There is also a Japanese version.

"aiiro" uses Trapcode Particular for the particles. 

Takeshi Tsunehashi's website: d-apartment.net


Trapcode Creative Award 2013 Japan

The winner of the grand prize was "Kizuna" by Yukito Komori (Pyramid Film PTHREE). Here it is:

A loveley piece with memorable imagery and a message of people connecting. "Kizuna"(絆)means "bond", "emotional ties" in Japanese which are prized and respected in Japan. 

Here are the finalists and judges (Komori is 4th from the left on top row, next to me):

Photo by Haruna Kawanishi. Top row: Fujii, Alvarez, Norrby, Komori, Sato, Toma, BakaAfter, Takano. 2nd row: Kawahara, Yamamoto, Yoshihara, Ito, Ogata, Yamaguchi

Flashback Japan organized the event at a beautiful venue. Here is a picture from my talk:

Photo by Haruna Kawanishi

Many thanks to Flashback Japan who made the trip to Japan an absolute joy! And thanks to all others that helped make the event and all competition contributers and everyone who attended the event.

I also wanted to show two other contributions that made a big impact on me. This piece by Mao Yoshihara:

And this piece by Takayuki Sato:


7D 2000 fps by Oton Bačar

This video is pretty old now (2 years), but still a really great example of using Trapcode Partciular. The slow moving rain was added. Text from the vimeo page:

"Second and final slow motion test...It was filmed months ago. Editing is rough because I don't have time to work on details.

Edited with Twixtor in After Effects.
Rain was made with Trapcode Particular 2 in AE
Lens used: Canon EFS 18-135 mm
Shutter speed: unknown

Music: "Seagull"
Composer: Niklas Aman, STIM
Publisher: Brusbox Music STIM

Check out Niklas' awesome music:
niklasaman.com/music "

The rain here is very well made. It is somewhat remeniscent of Pierre MICHEL's work in POLAR. Here is a tutorial for that. DOF is what really sells it.



Rui Cardoso - Trapcode Mir

Rui sent me these amazing images he made using Trapcode Mir.


Leap Motion for Generative Art

Short version of a demo I did as part of the talk last week.

uses openFrameworks and Theo Watson's ofxLeapMotion

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