Aly's Beach hosted their annual Digital Graffiti Festival, and this year invited SCAD's Motion Media Students to showcase their work. The "Caliza" was a row of 9 apartments, spanning 135 feet of white canvas for us to project on. The concept: being stuck in a white void where nothing lasts, and you can't escape unless breaking the wall.
Between three talented motion designers, with different skills in softwares, we came up with a set of scenes that all went along with this "white void" concept. To tie all the different inserts together, we used a silhouette character as the subject, to interact and watch the different scenes that take place.
Visuals done in Cinema 4D, After Effects, and Touch Designer. Created by Emily Pace, Chris Rodriguez, and Natasha Naylor.