I posted ages ago about the visuals I've made for Bristol musician Silver Pyre, things seem to be going quite well for him at the minute so I decided to post a bit more about the things I've made for him. These are some high-res stills from one of the visual sets I've made:
That's quite a few pictures, actually... These pictures are all stills from the visual sets I've made for Silver Pyre, and the way that they're generated has had me really thinking, because they're not planned stills, just the coincidences from setting a bunch of keyframes they're almost more like computer generated photographs than illustration pieces. I hope to explore this idea of generating pictures from the unplanned bits of video in the future, hopefully something interesting will come from it.
Here are a couple of the videos that some of these stills come from:
That track is Calendar, and this one is Foghorn:
They're 4:3 because that size fills the back wall of a stage better than 16:9 (you can see some of a live performance of his with my visuals here), and they're only reacting to the music roughly as the tracks here are guide tracks (they're part of an upcoming EP release, and at this stage weren't finished), there would be no point having reactions to individual beats, etc when it could well change in the final piece of music, not to mention live performances always having a slight improv element to them! I've always been pretty happy with them though, can't believe it's taken this long for me to get them online!