I also made several smaller animation pieces and intros. This hobby of mine started almost a decade ago. These are impressons from movies and influences of different screen capturing technologies I wanted to try out. Have fun downloading and watching them. Some of the older animations were converted into executables - these may or may not run under Win XP. For other video formats I highly recommend the VLC player.
Need of a playa'? - Here's a link to VLC.
My YouTube channel...
STALKER - a scope on a world that goes rotten. A joint operation video just for fun, pleasure and technology.
Music and cinematics by my composer friend András 'Brushy' Lengyel (myspace.com/brushy21) and myself.
You can also read about this on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Vauz1HKOaw) as well as on
Dolls - a dollhouse movie made by me and my dear Mom.
This is done for artistic purpuses, music is again provided by Brushy.
This little piece was a contribution for the 'FÖLDGÖMBŐR' festival held at Székesfehérvár (12. 05. 2007.)
Read more about this on FEJÉR MEGYEI HÍRLAP (http://fmh.hu/kultura_oktatas-kultura/20070514_foldgomborkodtek_a_borgyarban) and (http://www.fmh.hu/helyi_kiadasok/20070517_nem_agyament_otlet).
A 'Little Tribute' to the film Das Boot from original archive footages mixed with the score by Klaus Doldinger.
The Cathedral - an architectural showcase of an imaginary medieval cathedral done for research with my dear friend Bence Blaske.
The experiment shows many distintictive structures in a tasetful manner in order to try how Hammer would be capable of rendering complex models.
I really enjoyed the ending theme of the film TAXIDERMIA by Amon Tobin. One day it come to me that since one segment was about a Hungarian soldier, it would be interesting to mix the tune with some archives - the music always reminded me of marching towards the battlefield - (http://horvi.meltingpot.hu/TAXIDERMIA.wmv).
This was a truly busy summer! - We made a lot of hikes with my friends. Please enjoy this first, uncredited version of
'Brushy's Travel' to Esztergom, the chauffer was Gábor Hajszik.
I was lucky enough to attend the latest 'Steam Engine Derby' with my friends at the local Railway History Park
On the 18th of September I compiled the following clip: - like a ballet to Ravell's Bolero!
Imi now hosts the source of our latest animation - prepare for a little 'Canyon Fighting'!
Me and Nature...
This little piece will be shown on a public screening at the Urania Movie Theatre (Budapest) as part of the Trust International Film Competition (15.10.2008.)
Please visit Faludi Akadémia (http://www.faludiakademia.hu/?m=1&am=165) for more information.
Hereby I would like to thank Hedvig Jung for her wonderful participation and ideas that made this project possible - (http://meltingpot.hu/faludi/nature.wmv).
'PSYCHEDELIC!' - Want to guess?
More to follow soon!