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Batman Begins. As does 2013 (well, it did a few days ago).
A belated Happy New Year to you all.Here’s hoping for more regular blogging (as I don’t do that enough - makes it seem like I’m not doing anything) and some commissions this year.

Batman Begins.

As does 2013 (well, it did a few days ago).


A belated Happy New Year to you all.

Here’s hoping for more regular blogging (as I don’t do that enough - makes it seem like I’m not doing anything) and some commissions this year.

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The Dark Knight.

I couldn’t do only one of the three.
Personal work - practising likenesses and making images out of other elements (his eyes are two-face coins, for example)

The Dark Knight.

I couldn’t do only one of the three.

Personal work - practising likenesses and making images out of other elements (his eyes are two-face coins, for example)

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The Dark Knight Rises.
Something to celebrate today’s release of the Blu Ray/DVD.


The Dark Knight Rises.


Something to celebrate today’s release of the Blu Ray/DVD.

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rekhamistry:

Part 1 of my FMP…..finally got it on vimeo! =)

This animation was part of my final major project which was based on a campaign promoting an iconic movie through the Picture House Cinema Chain. To use codes and hidden messages as a way to reveal the plot of the movie.

It was my first project where I learnt to use After Effects CS5 and I think i did a pretty good job as it was my first time animating! =)

Credits 
- Amazing illustrator I collaborated with! - Matthew Brazier - matthewbrazier.tumblr.com
- Amazing voiceovers - Simon Jefferis, David Clulow and Natasha Thiele

A couple of months ago, I was asked by Ms Rekha Mistry (Graphic Communication) to produce some monoprints based on the Christopher Nolan film ‘Memento’ for a short animation as part of her Final Major Project. Here’s a link to the first animation, really nice to see my work moving, maybe something to experiment with over summer.

More of Rekha’s work can be seen at http://rekhamistry.tumblr.com/

Really enjoyed making the prints, and gave me an excuse to watch more Christopher Nolan films!