Phanuthep Sutthithepthamrong / Animation&VFX, and Film Director
Animation shot breakdowns from a documentary film, The Great Transmission. The work was done by using Maya, 3Ds Max, Nuke, After Effect and some other tools. The main technique I used in the film is a combination of live-action actors and animation backgrounds. I used numerous techniques, such as camera projection, matte painting, and photogrammetry, to create animation backgrounds.
I was working as the animation director, a cinematographer, and the compositor on this documentary film.
A soldier realizes the futility of war after a cataclysmic event! In a dystopic land, a soldier wakes up with no recollections of his past. His memories gradually return but are delusive, making him intensely depressed. Two cataclysmic events are occurring simultaneously: a war and a natural disaster. The soldier's hallucinations depict this conflict among people as being a judgment by Mother Nature, and she responds to their war with a natural disaster. Finally, it is revealed that the war is actually meaningless. Official selection 2012 The International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles Official selection 2012 The Philip K Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, New York Official selection 2013 Athens International Film + Video Festival, Athens
Compositing Breakdown of a short film, World's End, about a war and a natural disaster. The film was created by a laptop (i5), a Nikon (D5100) camera, an actor, and a filmmaker.
I was working on this project in 2009-2010 as a co-director, art director, and compositor at Anya Animation in Bangkok. This project was featured on Motion Graphics Served in 2012.
This is a compositing breakdown of an animation when I was working as director, art director, concept designer, and compositor at Anya Animation. I did entirely composting part.
I was a co-director of this animation. It was produced by a small team and was selected to be screened at Animation film festivals in Japan, Korea, and Europe in 2002-5
Winner of the Festival Director's Choice Award from the Portland Indy Animation Film Festival, Oregon USA in 2004.