Check out our new 10 second bumper we created for an upcoming documentary. Some nifty cosmic-geometric effects!
Here is an open-eye meditation of how to create a personal sacred space, created for an interview of Goa by Gary Malkin and Dr. Clint Edwards. Over a hundred people took part in a synchronized open-eye meditation, creating a global sacred space with the intention of THRIVING!! Yummy stuff!!
View our studio reel for a full demonstration of our capabilities, and some highlights of special moments from our body of work. Music by TONEdog.
Here Foster Gamble, visionary behind THRIVE:What On Earth Will It Take? shares a brief introduction to the CODE.. the toroidal dynamic which is the fundamental pattern of the universe. liquidbuddha.studios created all the visual effects shown here, from UFOs to Free Energy and Crop Circles energetic overlays. Enjoy this taste of cosmic geometric wonderment!
Our exploration of energy and toroidal dynamics took us into many strange worlds, none more dramatic than animating the drive of an actual UFO spacecraft, as witnessed by Lane Andrews. Lane was invited onboard a extra-terrestrial craft, and given instruction as to its fundamental dynamics. She shares her amazing findings with THRIVE: What on Earth […]
Adam Trombley talks about his free energy dynamo as part of THRIVE:What On Earth Will It Take?. liquidbuddha.studios was charged with showing just how the energy moves through the system! Talk about some cosmic – free-energy – toroidal eye-candy!
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!?!
Have you seen our visionary images section? Find a quiet space, dive in and be Inspired.
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.