Hi I'm Callum Bruce Hull
I have no fear of failure, as I embrace what I have to learn from every mistake I make, and solidify the practices that are executed well.
These projects are a testament to where I am at in my journey, and will act as a great point of reflection for others and myself to look back on.
A Hail Caesar Production
Storyboard and Environment design by Samantha Ellis
Character Design by Emily Bensted
Animation and Editing by Callum Hull
Sound Design by Patrick Maddern-Stoeger
Original Piano Soundtrack by Emily Bensted
This was a group project that was completed with team work, and was incredibly valuable to all team members involved as we learned more about developing a solid pipeline and effectively communicating with each other. As we built more trust in each other, we all strove to push our existing skills further.
Hamilton Cabinet Battle
This is an Audio based Procedural Animation of the Hamilton Cabinet Battle #1 from the musical play "Hamilton"
I used Photoshop to mask out historical characters from paintings I sourced from the internet.
I then imported those assets into after effects, where I created Audio based nulls from multiple versions of the song. Linking those nulls to various mouth, head, and arm movements.
The overall song is quite long, so shots are held for an extended amount of time. If I were to redo the animation, I would add more camera movements, and cuts to reaction shots from the crowd and other characters.
Story and and Editing by Callum Bruce Hull
This was a camera trickery exercise that I had a lot of fun with.
Some of the masking, and cuts could be smoother, but a great exercise to learn and practice.
Story and Animation by Callum Bruce Hull
This was a Short frame by frame animation completed in Photoshop and After effects to practice animation and story telling.
This is Fan art from an Illustrator based exercise, to create a Toy robot, of which I based mine on the Dalek's from Dr who.
Thank you for taking the time to look through my Portfolio
I look forward to showing you my progress next year.
Callum Bruce Hull