As a follow-up to the first one, here’s a Teshler-produced commercial for GreenBuilders, a local Austin company that is building “green” homes for everyone. Once again, the cast was created with highly-selective stock photography and the extreme camera move was the result of camera projection, one of my favorite fx techniques.
Shortly before leaving Teshler Inc., Yuri sat down with me for 20 minutes and discussed what he thought his company was all about. I took a scribble of notes from that conversation and went away, and 24 hours later presented a one-minute typographic animation of that 20 minute dialogue. In essense, I did for Teshler what Teshler does for others. (And I used to do along with them.) Get to...
Here’s a little quick commercial I whipped up for Georgetown Village and Teshler Inc. It’s mostly a motion graphics piece, using a little z-axis for cheated depth. Using some stock photography, some nice on-location photography, and a fun little zippy track to cut to.
Sometimes the commercial world produces a client (and a product) you can feel good about. Here’s a stylized “frozen-moment” commercial we did for GreenBuilders, a local Austin company that is bringing “green” building techniques to the $200,000 home range. (A rather remarkable feat, that.) The commercial was produced economically at Teshler Inc. with stock photography and my favorite camera projection technique. We’ll be doing an interior version next.