Hello, I’m a web craftsman with a passion for the modern web. I build web applications and play with social services and communities.
Another term in Uni is done and here is another short-movie.
My main responsibility was the camera.
A movie by Andreas Alfarè, Theresa Angerer, Heidrun Bayer, Alexandra Fierascu, Matthias Frick and Matthias Schmidt (yap, that’s me).
Sometime around February/March this year Hubert, Robert, Yafes and me created this short movie for university. With this movie we had to prove that we can use some basic filming equipment such as prosumer cameras, professional audio equipment and additional lighting as well as video editing software.
This was my first 3D Project for the end of the first term in university. I finished it last december (2008) and posted it on YouTube, but never wrote anything about it in my blog.
Modeling and animation was done in Maya, some post-production in After FX.
Huh, who knew that? Google has TV ads for their browser “Chrome”. Well, I didn’t! And I’m actually positively surprised by the quality and creativity that comes with them.
This new ad is supposed to go on air quite soon. And I really like the idea. But they forgot just one thing to mention: What is Chrome? A little note somewhere that it is a browser would have been nice.
After I watched the ad I had to learn that they actually created other ads before which were mainly used as online advertisement:
Well. The first week in Salzburg is passed by and I’m still fighting to get used to the “new life”.
Since monday I planned to cook some pasta but didn’t get a chance until last night. Always found an excuse to get around: Getting invited by my dad for dinner out, not hungry, getting invited to a (new) friend’s place, eating fast food (in chronological order).
But last night there was no chance. Eat nothing or just cook that bloody thing. So I did it. Yatta!
It’s really hard to get motivated to cook only for myself. Even if it is something as easy and quick as pasta.
Btw. “Dinner for one” is also a british comedy sketch shown in 1963. Weirdly nobody in England has ever heard about this sketch. But Germans love it. It is broadcasted every single year in German TV on New Years Eve and it is a tradition to watch it. There are a few other European countries with the same thing but with different titles.
Watch it here – you can skip the first minutes of introduction if you are not able to master the German language.