Every so often, a piece of motion graphic art is created which breaks the mold and sets a new benchmark.
Paul Clement recently created “Headphones” for Ministry of Sound with the help of Cinema 4D, which totally blew me away. He was kind enough to also create a breakdown of the piece in which he shows just how much effort it takes to be great.
I invite everyone interested in motion graphics to download the breakdown and play it frame by frame to understand just how small movement, detail in design and how a great masterpiece is created procedurally – using small instances of an object to build a greater animation.
Be sure to check out Paul’s website and twitter to view some more of his magical work.
Check out Headphones here.
And here’s the breakdown.