3D animation

4x3 Marchand Media Demo reel converted

MARCHAND DEMO REEL from STEVE MARCHAND on Vimeo.




Marchand Media decided to look back at video animations for television that were done in a 4x3 format. It’s really nice to have extra room
on the current 16x9 format. For design purposes it really gives you a lot more flexibility.

Honeymooner Animation test

This is the Classic Honeymooners set re-created in Cinema 4D using photographic references from the classic 39 shows. I modeled and textured the furniture, walls and lighting to capture the “Classic” apartment in Bensonhurst Brooklyn during the 1950’s.

Honeymooners Color set

HM WIDE COLOR
This is a wide angled Colored version of the Honeymooners set.

Honeymooners 3d

HONEYMOONERS REDUE
In a classic Honeymooner’s episode, Ralph Kramden throw’s his Mother-in-law out of his house. I re-created this scene using a 3d set positioned with the same camera angle of the original shot. I used Maxon’s Cinema 4d for the new set in the background and then cut-out the actors in Adobe Photoshop, color corrected the scene to get the same black & white tones. Notice the entire screen is now 16x9 as opposed to 4x3.

Colorado's Lady


Lady-of-Colorado
Colorado’s Lady was composited in Adobe Photoshop. The face was constructed as a 3d database in Cinema 4d. The clouds were shot on a recent trip to Southern Colorado.

Good Vibrations Sound Effector


This is a Cinema 4d project using a sound effector to the song Good Vibrations by one of my all time
favorite bands. There's so many variations musically that I thought it would be fun to see what the animation
would look like. Thank you to Greyscale Gorilla for opening my eye's to this wonderful program. Nick, I love
your tutorials. Keep them coming. I'm also using Greyscale Gorillas package of Textures I bought from their
ever growing library.

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN PINBALL






Here’s one of my all time favorite scoreboard game animations that my old company created for Madison Square Garden. Stephen Degroot from
Dutch productions produced this spot with me back in the 90’s. Oldie but Goodie!