Had a bit of spare time today so I thought I would update the Digital Anthill logo used at the end of the videos.
The animation needed to be pretty short, just long enough to get the message across. After playing around with a few variations I liked this one the most. Starts out as a bit of a cluster of logos, then rotating round to reveal the complete logo.
I used the following software in this approximate order.. Illustrator, After effects, Element 3D, Ease and Wizz, Optical Flares, Film Convert 2.
Klingatron | Nottingham Billboard Takeover from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Above is the result of a project me and Klingatron have been talking about doing for the past 8 months or so. He is a stencil artist based up in Glasgow, I love the work he does and thought it would be awesome to document the process of him installing one of his pieces.
Click more to read about this project and see a bunch of photos…
Alex created this custom graphic using permanent pens directly on the body of the quad-copter.
Click below to see more photos from this project…
Today marks 1000 days of taking a photo every day. I have been using the online service ShutterCal to upload and store the images since 01.01.2011. To celebrate this mile stone I wanted to do something a little special.. We ended up buying two king size bed sheets and 5L of petrol.
Click below to see more photos, short time-lapse and aerial footage from the night.
Discovered this abandoned primary school the other day when riding through the St Anns area of Nottingham. It looked pretty easy to get in so the next weekend we decided to take a little visit…
Here’s something my younger brother Simon Hayes recently put together for me. This rad illustration of an ant! Thanks dude :)
We are planning a little addition to our house. Construction will start soon hopefully.
Been wanting to get some custom stickers made for some time. With the help of Alex, we put these together. After trying a few variations we ended up deciding on using the image I made of the logo using tiny electronic parts (more on how that was done here). As well as the main image we also used up the remaining space for another sticker. Two stickers for the price of one :). They were made by Awesome Merchandise.
I’ve re-edit Nuptial Flight to enter it into the DJI ‘Explore Your Imagination’ contest. Please head to the video page and hit the ‘Like’ button. It will put me in with a chance of winning.
Big Up :)
AnyForty ‘Stick Em Up’ Session from Rob Antill on Vimeo.
Myself & Alex Fowkes hooked up with London based streetwear brand AnyForty to bring you this short edit.
Shredding the new AnyForty deck ‘Stick Em Up’ at Flo skatepark, Nottingham.
First time experimenting with CineStyle for the 7D and ProTune for the GoPro. Colour correction using film convert pro. Thanks to the guys at Dimention2 for introducing me to this.
Deck available here | Rider Alex Fowkes | Location Flo Skatepark | Music Ten Tigers – Bonobo