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motion graphics/ storyboards/ styleframes | XBOX - carlosstevens.com

motion graphics/ storyboards/ styleframes | XBOX - carlosstevens.com

The 22thTOKYO INTERNATIAONAL FILM FESTIVAL on Behance

The 22thTOKYO INTERNATIAONAL FILM FESTIVAL on Behance

HISTORY PROJECT/ TV show on RUSSIA_1 channel on Behance

HISTORY PROJECT/ TV show on RUSSIA_1 channel on Behance

CANAL VOLVER on Behance - created via https://pinthemall.net:

CANAL VOLVER on Behance - created via https://pinthemall.net:

Legoland by Gerard Woodward; design by Justine Anweiler; illustration by Axel Bizon and Lena Sarrault (Picador / February 2016)

Legoland by Gerard Woodward; design by Justine Anweiler; illustration by Axel Bizon and Lena Sarrault (Picador / February 2016)

Eye-candy scenes that will arouse positive emotions. Create scenes in Photoshop easily and use graphics for individual or commercial projects.

Eye-candy scenes that will arouse positive emotions. Create scenes in Photoshop easily and use graphics for individual or commercial projects.

storyboard motion design 25 - concours Mattrunks - Romain Cousin:

storyboard motion design 25 - concours Mattrunks - Romain Cousin:

Cindy Liu | broadcast + motion graphic #designer #branding | self promotion

Cindy Liu | broadcast + motion graphic #designer #branding | self promotion

Motion graphics style frames and channel branding http://www.cindyashes.com/79.html

Motion graphics style frames and channel branding http://www.cindyashes.com/79.html

This is a poster I worked on for Transport for London. I designed and then intricately cut out all the London landmarks out of paper along two ribbons of paper. It took me a while to work out the composition and cut out every little window by hand! Photographed by the brilliant Catherine Losing

This is a poster I worked on for Transport for London. I designed and then intricately cut out all the London landmarks out of paper along two ribbons of paper. It took me a while to work out the composition and cut out every little window by hand! Photographed by the brilliant Catherine Losing