Digital Black Book (Amador Valenzuela) – Designing For Motion Graphics

November 1, 2013 - By 

In this video recorded at Half Rez, Amador Valenzuela shows you his design process for some of his recent 3D and animated work at Digital Black Book. Amador’s work has always focused on great design. We were glad he showed us some behind the scenes of his incredible work.

This video was filmed during Half Rez 2013, a motion design and 3D animation festival in Chicago, Illinois.

Posted In:  Behind The Scenes Video
  • Carlos Santamaría Vargas November 1, 2013 at 12:20 pm

    Excelente trabajo, Felicidades.
    Mis respectos y son geniales.

  • Nice!! Just love it!!! Would like to see more stuff like that!

  • Thanks Nick

  • Mattias Bregnballe November 2, 2013 at 8:10 am

    Really nice work!

    Can anyone explain the process where the images were vectorized in illustrator?
    Amador talks about saving as expression and actionscript?


  • Fantastic video. Thanks for sharing!

  • Nice work. And check out Studio Artist by synthetik. i’ve been using it for 12 years and particularly like the vectorized features which offer a lot of control over the shape, randomness and odor palette of vector shapes.
    and, if you don’t mind, here is some work i’ve done using it:

  • That was great.

  • That was incredibly inspiring!! I love the creative process! 🙂 He has some excellent work.

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