Stop motion, Film, Animation, Illustration
Myth are makers of some fine bags and clutches from Karachi, Pakistan. This is by far the most comprehensive and detailed work i've had the pleasure of producing. The film consisted of two separate shoots. The first shoot was the actual film. The second shoot was the film within the film. The first shoot consisted of over 350 shots taken at 12 frames per second. These shots were then printed onto paper and then cut maintaining a 16:9 ratio. The second shoot consisted of over 530 shots once again taken at 12 frames per second. These shots were then taken into Photoshop where each picture was individually edited, leaving only the bag in color and the rest of the frame in black and white. After an extensive editing process, these shots were then taken into After Effects where each shot was individually keyframed to match the exact position of the previous picture. After adding a slight vignette the film was ready to be rendered. Yes, it was worth it.
Foodpanda: What are people eating in Pakistan?
This was a 15 hour shoot comprising of about 700 shots taken from a Canon 60D with a 24-70mm lens. The camera was hooked onto the computer using Dragonframe. I would like to thank my family and friends for eating all the food after the shoot. I would also like to thank Saman Safdar Munshi for being kind enough to be the actor for this film. Thank you Jaffer Zaidi for lending me your tripod and Lens. A special note of gratitude goes out to Mattia Cellotto for being the amazing sound designer that he is.
"But my dear, not all who wander are lost". I am inspired by Ryan Boyle's style of illustration & animation, and Nick Campbell's tutorials at Greyscale Gorilla. Thank you, both of you - I have a long way to go as far as animation is concerned, but i know i have started walking the path.
Soundtrack by Marble Sounds - A new breeze
A nostalgic piece of work for anyone who grew up in Pakistan in the 90's.
This film was created for the 14th Street Pizza Company; with about 450 pictures taken at 12 Frames per second. Dragonframe was used which was hooked up to a Canon 60D with a 24-70mm lens. The animatic was created which was followed frame by frame in order to get the exact motion flow needed.
This was one of my earliest pieces of work done for a software firm.
Polio Awareness - Unicef Pakistan
This animation was done in collaboration with Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy films for Unicef Pakistan.
Belief - Illustration
Your beliefs don't make you a better person, your behaviour does. An illustration i drew for myself. You can click on the picture to view the entire project.
A low poly animation I did in Cinema 4D. After countless days of watching tutorials, here's my first 3D animation short film.
Seed Pakistan TVC
TVC done for Seed Pakistan, an organization working for a better Pakistan.
An illustration I did for a friend. You can click on the picture to view the entire project.