Hunter Scully - The Rookies 2019 Entry

Hunter Scully - The Rookies 2019 Entry

Hunter Scully
by hscully on 12 May 2019 for Rookie Awards 2019

This is a collection of my best recent work as a motion designer.

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I wanted to showcase my best motion graphic work over the last year that includes animating, cinematography, projection mapping, and more.

Overhead Colors

Overhead Colors is an experimental video exploring colors through moving liquids that have been data-moshed to provide an interstellar atmospheric design. The visuals for this piece were created using water, alcohol, oil, food coloring, paint, glass, various soaps, and ice on an overhead projector that was documented.

Additional Credits | Song: “Delta Wave” by Asher Fulero

The Kurosagi Corpse Deliver Service

The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service is a is a horror manga that I created a fan based title sequence for. The series follows five recently graduated university students who have formed a company which specializes in dealing with the dead and their last wishes.

Additional Credits | Song: “Pale Eyes” by Iglooghost

The Post

This is a title sequence for the Post. The movie does not have much of a title sequence and this was fan made. The sequence uses the original score rearranged and blended by me. I shot the sequence using a variety of techniques which include a microscope, slide projector, Sony FS5, and more.

Additional Credits | Song by John Williams

FX+ Branding Package

All footage from the project is from FX shows; American Horror Story, Legion, the Americans, Mayans, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Fargo. The footage was rotoscoped, corrected, composited, and styled for our project for various deliverables.

A projection mapped experience is included with this project and featured further below.

Logo Animations



Projection Mapping / Immersive Media

FX+ Projection

Beaux Arts Ball Projection

Pulse Arts + Technology Festival 2019 Projection

Thank You

Thank you for taking the time to view my work and I hope you enjoyed it! If you are interested in learning more about what I do please visit my site at

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