From imagination to realization, briefings to deliverables.
Evolution is an audio-visual collaboration, in which the four elements of earth guide the viewers throughout the journey in the narrative of evolution. The gloomy yet atmospheric sounds give depths, complementing and driving the visual experience of the viewers.
Sounddesign: Nicolas Kaiser, Franziska Arndt
Animation: Erwin Kopeng
Production Company: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH
A short title sequence, rendered using Cinema 4D ProRender and composited in After Effects.
"Drops" - Cedric Baravaglio, Jonathan M. Ochmann, Zdravko Djordjevic (2012)
An alternative opening title for the movie "Whiplash"
A quick render, last-ditch effort in closing year 2017.
Design and animation: Erwin Julierstersen Kopeng
Sound design: Tam Kong Sheng (Singapore)
I don't mind a little bit of cheesiness. "You had me at yellow."
In conjunction with Earth Hour 2017 which fell on 25 March, Invisible Artists came up with an initiative to bring awareness to the movement. This is my answer to it.
Creative supervision & copy: Edwin Kua
Idea, design & execution: Erwin Julierstersen Kopeng
A tribute to the boxing legend who passed away on June 3rd, 2016. RIP Muhammad Ali
Completed within 2 days starting from ideation, conceptualization, style-frames and eventually animation, this is an alternative fan trailer to the comedy film "Soul Kitchen". Directed by Fatih Akin, this movie was produced in Hamburg, Germany and released in 2009.
Latest link to the movie's official website: soul-kitchen-film.com/
A photo-parallax animation, created for the 59th anniversary of Zion Serangoon BP Church (Singapore)
For the Black Box Launch event, Resorts World Genting engaged Moving Bits to produce series of videos. "Journey" visualizes the history of RWG from the 1960s era to modern day Malaysia. Divided into 4 parts, I produced the first (1965 - 1972) and the last part (2000s - present) of the series.
Client: Resorts World Genting
Production studio: Moving Bits Singapore
Music / sound design: Tam Kong Sheng