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  1. Hello, If you have the time and don't mind throwing your email address in a pot to win some free booze then please help me out by voting for me in a competition. I've been nominated as a wildcard for an award by TimeOut for my creative work. I am an animator and art director and have made some sequences that you might recognise, this being my favourite. https://vimeo.com/34652952 So if you have a minute I would be very grateful if you could throw me a vote, especially if you remember and like that sequence. Here is a link to the voting page, find my name, (Lee Jacobs), click the button next to my name and then scroll to the bottom to register the vote. http://www.thehospit...00/nominees.php Huge thanks and apologies for the self promotional post! Thanks, Lee
  2. Opening title sequence for ITV1's coverage of the 2011 Rugby World Cup. http://vimeo.com/28811172 A mixture of archive VT, rotoscoping and rotomation were used in conjunction with Fume FX, C4D Jawset and AFX Particular along with stock ink footage to create the flowing inks which are both a reference to the flowing plays and set pieces in the game of rugby and the inks used in traditional Maori tattoos. The landscapes are also a reference to the Maori word Aotearoa, translated as 'the long white cloud', Aotearoa is commonly given as the Maori name for New Zealand. This was the first time that we at Jump used Fume FX simulations rendered with Krakatoa. Provided by Play Nicely based in Bristol, UK we composited and graded their particle renders around our original camera move. I look forward to any feedback or comments you may have. Lee
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