Another pseudo 3D attempt. I used the same 120 x 120 .png for each of the 6 surfaces.
I like how easy it is to change the "lighting" on a hard surface with Spine by darkening the color on an image.
Also, it's really easy to change each image surface with a different file, so if I wanted, I could replace each side with like a Rubik's Cube, or a "?" block from Mario Bros., or whatever I wanted, while keeping the exact same animation keyframes.
I was commissioned by SheepFilms to work on another REDBULL Grand Prix Formula1 animation together.
It is an animated guide to Germany's 'Hockenheimring' race track, starring F1's superstar Max Verstappen.
The animation includes many fun German elements such as: The Grimms fairy tales, a German sausage called Fritz, German beer and of course Kraftwerk.
Most of the characters I created on the computer except the wolf is needle felted with a wire armature.
Here is the link to the full-length video clip:
Had the opportunity to collaborate with Narcotics Anonymous earlier this year for an audiobook application of one of their books: Basic Text; to provide recovering addicts with access to literature about recovery. Shot showcases the interactions and UX. You can check https://www.behance.net/gallery/78441471/NA-Audio-Book for a more detailed breakdown.