Shots 1 to 9 (cartoon monkey 0:00 to 0:56) contain clips from the film Bentley animated, directed, written, and edited by me for a class at the University of Colorado. The animations were composited using Adobe After Effects and drawn using a Bamboo pen tablet and Toon Boom Studio. The film is 24 minutes long and was made in one semester. I shot all the footage using my own camera and equipment. I had no assistance from anyone else in animating, filming, pre-production, track mattes, editing, or sound design.
Shots 10 to 12 (wire arm characters 0:57 to 1:16) contain three different animated advertisements I made for software-as-a-service company ShipCompliant. I was the sole videographer for ShipCompliant. The videos were made using Adobe Flash, After Effects, Premiere, and a Bamboo pen tablet. I composited and animated the videos myself. I wrote the scripts with the help of the marketing team at ShipCompliant to ensure the videos conveyed the message they wanted.
Shots 13 & 14 (Tim Tebow 1:17 to 1:19) contain an animation I did for fun which went viral on YouTube, getting over 300,000 views. I drew the line animations using a Bamboo pen tablet and composited it in Premiere Pro.
Shots 15 to 17 (3D earth models 1:25 to 1:31) transitional pieces for the episodic show End of the Worlders Directed by Max Gould-Meisel.
Shots 15 to 17 (characters in live action shots 1:32 to 1:50) contain a class project at the University of Colorado which I filmed and animated using my own equipment. I animated using a Bamboo pen tablet and Toon Boom Studio. I composited the video in Adobe After Effects.
Shots 18 to 27 (dancing line & sculpture mannequin 1:25 to 1:50) contain a mixture of sculpture animation, line animation on paper, and animations composited in live action shots. I made this for one of my classes at the University of Colorado using Photoshop for coloring, Premiere for sequencing, and a light box.
Shot 28 (purple sky and gray cartoon 1:51 to 1:57) was created by using real objects on a green screen and taking photos in iStopMotion then compositing in After Effects for an experimental digital animation class at the University of Colorado.
Shot 29 (light box & dancing line animation 1:58 to 2:07) is an animation made using a light box and prints of a background from the film Avatar. The line animation and scene composition were created by me.
Shots 30 to 42 (red-haired character in live-action car 2:08 to 2:26) was a found footage project created using a trailer for the film Pineapple Express and replacing the people with pixilated video game characters. I did not have any affiliation with the film Pineapple Express or the video game characters from EarthBound. I composited this using Adobe Premiere and Photoshop.
Shot 43 (sand characters 2:27 to 2:29) is a sand animation I made using a light box and a still camera at the University of Colorado. I sequenced this using Adobe Premiere.
Shots 44 to 60 (Mario & Luigi in live action 2:30 to 2:45) was a found footage project created using a trailer for the film Step Brothers and replacing the people with pixilated video game characters. I did not have any affiliation with the film Step Brothers or Super Mario Bros. I composited this using Adobe Premiere and Photoshop.
Shots 61 to 63 (multiple bubbles of footage 2:46 to 3:00) is my senior thesis at the University of Colorado. I wrote two essays, got letters of recommendation, and took a class where I created this film as well as a few other extra classes in order to get a Bachelor Fine Arts, BFA, degree instead of a BA. This film was a 4K project animated, shot, written, edited, and composited by me using Adobe After Effects, Flash, Pro Tools, and a Bamboo pen tablet. Production details can be found at zacharydripps.tumblr.com.
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