Cyber Beast music track by Jake South, the guy behind the music of my short film Spirit of the Woods. The animations are done with the kaleidoscope program Inspirit.
Most of 2018 was spent putting the short film “Spirit of the Woods” together, which was a lot of fun. After the short film was finished time was spent putting the DVD together for the cast and crew, which turned out great. Other things created in 2018 were animated gifs with Trapcode Tao including some Gingerbread men and a Caterpillar character. I also started playing with the kaleidoscope program Inspirit which can be hypnotic!
In 2019 I hope to make more animations and would like to make another short film.
Most of the animations were created using Trapcode Tao, with animated lights. Element 3D, Trapcode Particular and Red Giant Universe were also used.
Happy Halloween, Trick or Treat?!
Most of the animations were created with Trapcode Tao in After Effects, apart from the ghost that was made with shape layers.
My new short film “Spirit of the Woods”
Three friends visit Sham Castle and get transported to a dimension, where in the woods a ghost hunts them for their souls.
It was a lot of fun to make and I learned a lot in the process. A lot of the time the weather, the light and locations were against us but I think we did the best we could, and ended up with something that we can all be proud of.
Teaser Trailer for my new short film Spirit of the Woods. It’s about three friends that visit Sham Castle and get sent to a dimension, where in the woods a ghost hunts them for their soul.
Trapcode Particular 3 was used for the snow flakes, some stock images were used for the background and window frame from Digital Juice, the frosting over was done with footage from Rampant Design and Element 3D for the text.
SPLATTERKIST 10 YEARS OLD!
It’s now been 10 years since the first MorseCode Productions short film was made. Made back in 2007 for a short film competition, which had to be no more than 5 minutes long and include a cow! It didn’t win but was a lot of fun to make for everyone involved, which gave us the need to make more short films, some of which won a couple of awards. As it’s been 10 years I thought I would make a poster for the occasion.