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