Logo reveal

 created this fun sting for his personal logo. 

'Did this short animation for myself during a 2 day workshop in school. Claudio Salas and Alexander Perry from BUCK (LA) held the workshop.'

My name is Fredrik Kasperi and I'm a Motion Creative Student at Hyper Island in Stockholm, Sweden.

During my time at Hyper Island I've learned a lot about myself and how to work in effective teams. Another reason I applied to Hyper was to give my self time to learn new software, technics and develop my design skills. Which is something I've done almost every waken hour outside of school. 

As a person I have high goals with the projects I work in and I'll work hard to acheive them. 
When it comes to motion I'll love the small details and smooth motions. Altough I think simple and detailed motion looks nice I find it fun to rig and work on complex scenes which can really impress people. I want to be surrounded by inspiring and talented people so I can drag out as much knowledge as possible from them.

I love 3D as much as 2D and my first weapon of choice is Cinema 4D and After Effects. I also use the Adobe suite and VRay. '

By: Lisa
Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2015

Tags: Motion, 2D, animation, bounce, Logo, reveal, shape, sting


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