Highlighting projects Sendmelive has created in 2015, this showreel provides a brief exhibit into the various motion graphic, VFX, animation, editing and digital work completed.
Sendmelive has successfully complete projects for various clients, some including: HP, E4, Ministry of Defence, HBO, Ford, Luxe Cinemas, Beagle Street Insurance, Sony, Universal, FIVB – World Championship, Belgian Grand Prix, Universal Pictures – Despicable Me 2, Adidas, Casinomidas, The Works and Lipsync Post.
VFX Nuke Compositing Reel.
A breakdown of shot composits done for Feature films, comercials and Broadcast
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Studio: Lipsync Post
Client: 20th Centuery Fox
Working closley with the Dassault Systems Biovia and the ScienceCloud team, Sendmelive produced eight animations from concept design to storyboard through to voice over studio time out to final animation delivery.
FIVB 2015 Men & Womens Openers & Closers
Studio: The Works Ltd
Animation: David Ellis, Andy Dawson
Studio: Lipsync Post
Production: Laika entertainment
Foreign translations done for several languages in 2D and Stereo
Cinema 4D and After Effects
Sendmelive worked with The Works Ltd to deliver a full broadcast toolkits for the new Champions Cup & Challenge Cup tournaments, commissioned by the new governing body of European Professional Club Rugby EPCR.
Working In After Effects, Nuke and Cinema 4D.
Concept art and test animations done for possible short film.
Cinema4D and Photoshop
Sendmelive worked with Lipsync Post to develop the title sequence for Mount Pleasant Season 4. Using After Effect and Cinema 4D we created and pitched different glass and displacement effects. From there we built a template foundation so shots throughout the season could be easily changed as the episodes evolved. We worked closely with Simon Edwards mindlessomission.co.uk who did the edit and finished off the project to its final point.
Sendmelive worked with Edit 19 Manchester to produce episodes 9 to 11 of the CBBC series Technobabble
A luxury cinema brand expanding throughout the UK and Europe, Luxe sought to create a cinema ident. Conceptualising storyboard concepts, as commissioned by Lipsync Post, Sendmelive teamed to create a successful product to visualise the branding of Luxe.
Using Cinema 4D, After Effects and Photoshop, Sendmelive successfully provided a product to bring the real-life experience. Shown in 8k stereo to provide necessary sensation, Sendmelive also unleashed the incredible depth and real-life optics Luxe provides in its luxury cinemas.
Working with director Johnny Carr (Mask Creative) and VFX London. Sendmelive helped to created the Xeros Million Hands trailer to show the power of there new Polymer Bead Cleaning System.
Sendmelive created “Pilot Sheep” which won the 2013 E4 ESting competition, beating out over 4000 entries. Maintaining the E4 style, Sendmelive created an animated Wallace with the E4 logo flown by random sheep to maintain its brand.
Viewers may catch the entry during broadcast commercial breaks on E4. All finalists can be seen on the E4 website .
This video was produced to show the viewer the simple steps needed to win a meeting with Kimi Raikkonen.
Using creative means, and collaborating with David St. Jorre from Wunderman UK on the storyboard, Sendmelive was able to successfully produce this animation piece, used as the intro to shell.mycar.com and Shell’s YouTube channel.
Carnivores braving it out, “Go Vegan for January” was a campaign to get individuals on a vegan diet for the entire month of January. Animation was created to exhibit the benefits of a vegan diet, and how enjoyable it can actually be.
Sendmelive produced this project from the initial brainstorming phase and script writing, storyboards, previs animation, character designs to the full final release.
Providing the voice over artist, technical production and direction, Sendmelive’s final product resulted in a successful Vegan campaign.
Continuing our relationship with Lipsync Post, Sendmelive added motion graphics and animation to the initial work created by Illumination Studios in Los Angeles. Shots were used for the Christmas Day Blu-ray release of “Despicable Me 2” and other promotion broadcasts.
Sendmelive collaborated with Simon Edwards from Lipsync Post and produced the 3D development of various elements such as the Christmas tree, mistletoe, titles and packaging.
Completing the final composite with character tracking, roto work, light effects on the existing baubles, tree, Sendmelive was able to help prepare the final commercial to air in the months leading to the Blu-ray release.
Sendmelive created an infographic concept visual animation to exhibit Hewlett Packard’s “HP Cloud” services and its benefit for the user. Working with Fabric Broadcast, Sendmelive developed animations to successfully promote the “HP Cloud” service".
When Microsoft and Wunderman UK needed to develop a full media campaign for Kinect Sports Rivals on the XBOX One, they turned to Sendmelive.
Using content, render passes and limited editable artwork provided by the client, Sendmelive created a full multi-language, multi-platform campaign. The campaign spanned tube station animation adverts, billboard videos and trailer portals, as well as, website takeovers and rich media flash banners.
In addition, Sendmelive also provided artwork and videos for both the XBOX 360 and XBOX ONE dashboards.
Sendmelive worked with Lipsync Post creating foreign titles and 30 shots for the feature film based on Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax”
Original project files were not allowed to leave Illumination Entertainment Studios in Los Angeles, requiring Sendmelive and Lipsync Post to complete the project for the Universal Pictures release.
Utilizing Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, Nuke, Mocha and pftrack, over 30 shots were cleaned, tracked, 3D created and composited into French and Spanish. As the film was shown in 3D IMAX quality, each shot was created to work for the left and right eye while being composited into a stereo workflow.
Creative Leads: Howard Watkins and Julia Hall
Sendmelive was fortunate to work with Sony and The Neighbourhood creating animation for a PlayStation seminar.
The animation concept was to show current and upcoming PlayStation video game titles. Creating a full animation video presentation, Sendmelive produced the intro and outro.
Sendmelive teamed with Fabric Broadcast and Ministry of Defence creating infographic animation. The premise of the concept strategy for the visual animation was to exhibit the Information Infrastructure Program.
Videos are viewable via the atlas consortium website.
Sendmelive teamed up with space digital to utilized green screen technology in shooting video sequences for the Beagle Street Life Insurance campaign.
The concept of the video was to show how Beagle Street Life Insurance can protect and individual and their family.
After Effects and Cinema 4D was used to bring the product together.
In 2013 Ford Motor Company and Wunderman UK turned to Sendmelive when they needed to create an original campaign for the new Ford KA model.
Sendmelive created a campaign that would not only represent the Ford KA model, but that also lender itself to the other models in the Ford line. Sendmelive used the resulting artwork across Ford’s web campaigns and commercials.
Sendmelive teamed up with Space Digital to create the opening sequence of “The Rochdale Pioneers”
This feature film was produced by the British Youth Film Academy and broadcast on Film4 in 2012.
Sendmelive used After Effects and Photoshop to complete the opening sequence of this feature film.
At the request of HBO via Lipsync post, Sendmelive created a series of animations. The concepts of the animations were to visualise the internal use statistics of HBO programming
Sendmelive, collaborating with Bleat, created a trailer highlighting their new Vegan Social Network. The trailer was created, as a teaser, to show how those who are Vegan a means to connect with each other for all things Vegan.
Sendmelive is always up to any challenge, and certainly faced a challenge when West Park Media tasked Sendmelive with removing any “Jet2” branding from a plane.
Sendmelive used creative means to deal with the lighting issues, including using CGI to cover part of the existing plane. Using more than a roto tool and paint, Sendmelive had to utilize technical creativity accomplish the task.
With a tight deadline looming over this project, and a restricted budget Sendmelive was able to successfully submit this project.