Surrealist video is a favorite thing to both watch and make. I’m especially fond of the true surrealist artists of the 1920s-40s who were able to create dreamlike strange effects using simple in-camera techniques and inventive video and sound editing.
In this snippet from my course on creating Surreal Video in Adobe Premiere I show you a few strategies for using overlays to create surreal effects.
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Let me tell you how I did rear projection in this indie film project with model Kaila Stone and stylist/ mua Lux Tango, shot in my studio in Tempe Arizona! We took huge influence from James Bond, Danger Diabolik and the amazing Danger 5 tv show.
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Hey out there! I’m so happy to present the trailer for the latest short film forthcoming from Primordial Creative studios! Featuring amazing voice acting from @ohthumbelina and featuring Bethany Brown and Peter Bugg in a jazzy office drama told in surreal stop motion animated form.
This was created through extensive use of Adobe Character Animator and Photoshop – check out my Udemy course showing how to incorporate photographs with motion capture animation!
Let me know what you think in the comments and if you’re so inclined, help support the making of quirky films like these at our Patreon!
Hello out there! I wanted to share my newest animated short film “Innocence of Seduction” – collaged from utilizing hundreds of public domain comics and radio shows from the 1940s-60s. It absolutely was a labor of love and meant as a tribute to all the creators of such fun and imaginative sci-fi/ horror/ romantic/ western content of that era.
Assembled/ animated by David Miller/ Primordial Creative Studios 2016
I have a Udemy course on the making of this very animated motion comic here!