Announcing the iShooter, the first printable ring-style stabilization shell for the Apple iPad! Like a “fig-rig” this non-traditional stabilizer snuggly supports the iPad, becoming part of the body, making it easy to produce smooth, steady traveling shots. Light weight and secure, this unique shell brings a pro-shooter tool home to the Fab-Lab! Made up of 8 […]
Rodin Coil vortex animation from liquidbuddha.studios on Vimeo. Here’s our quick conversion of the Rodin Coil winding, adapted to our 3D software, Maya. We then animated a self-rotation, and wow… cool results!
Here we’ve used some motion-capture data and applied it to our in-house developed character and rig… not unlike Alex Grey’s Sacred Mirrors, but can this guy dance or what!?!
Goa shares a non-linear summary of the softer side of our production approach, sharing how we ground our creative process in the unseen, so that the result honors the greater intention and spirit of the piece.
OCT-X1 energy exploration 2 from liquidbuddha.studios on Vimeo. Some additional angles and overlays of the X1
OTC-X1 energy exploration 1 from liquidbuddha.studios on Vimeo. Here’s some wireframe, screen-session-captures of some experimental energetic dynamic modeling based on the legendary X1 by Otis T. Carr.
here’s a workup of a bumper or “tech difficulties” idea.. it loops. 🙂
In September of 2011, liquidbuddha.studios hosted the Southern Oregon Film & Television groups monthly(ish) meeting. We were so excited to show off our stuff, tour the studio and connect with the other members. Finally available for online release, here’s the quick-n-dirty reel we put together to the meeting… it features some making of bits from […]
an oldie but a goodie… flaming sri yantra mandala over water.