The ever-productive Knellotron (Chris Larkee) created a video for my vintage track Esign a while back, and so I thought I’d give it another mention now that I’m here on the new site. Chris created the whole thing from start to finish using nothing but open-source software, and you can read more about the video’s history on Chris’ blog here. I’m pleased to learn that Chris’ work hasn’t gone unnoticed, and he’s managed to bag a well-deserved ‘Best Animation Artwork’ award at the 2005 Blender Conference, as well as securing screenings at various film festivals. Good job mate!
I’ve embedded a YouTube-hosted vid below, but if you want a warp-free high quality version with AV timing intact (grr, YouTube!), you can grab a .mov of it from Knellotron.com, or an mp4 and DVD quality mpeg from archive.org.
The audio track itself was created using Ross Bencina’s Audiomulch program, while it was still in its freeware beta stage.