Broadcast Motion Graphic Design | Basketball 3 on 3 pack


This is a personal (or school) project that I created for my production class. You can find the project featured under "WORK" section on my website. I would say this is my best piece so far. That was my first attempt to do a motion graphic for a broadcast program. In fact, "Basketball 3 on 3" is not a real broadcast program. I took the idea from a basketball competition event with the same name that I got a chance to work on the event's poster a while back. The 3D render was done in C4D, and it took me more than 120 hours for only rendering.  The reason that it took too long rendering since I created different versions for different purposes such as long intro, short intro and transition.

Still images from the video





My recent work on a TVC for Condotel Panorama Nha Trang. Panorama Nha Trang is a five-star hotel & apartment not yet build located in Nha Trang, Vietnam.

To be clear, the TVC was originally created by TU Time Universal agency and E5 JSC (An architecture visualization firm). Thus, most of the CG render throughout the video were generated by E5 JSC.

According to the project's client, Ha Quang land (a real estate firm), the original video editing and music choice needed to be improved. So my responsibility was to make the video better. Basically, I re-edited the video, added & replaced couple footages, created a short logo motion graphic for the intro part, inserted smooth transition, adjusted voice over, picked differents music and arranged couple sound effects. Then, the clients were pleased with the revised one and that made me happy (: 

Learn more about Panorama at: http://panoramanhatrang.vn




This was an unplanned work that happened during my summer vacation in Vietnam back in 2015. The head of the project was a friend and co-worker that I had worked with in couple various project from commercials to music video. Somehow, the guy who took care of visual effects tasks left the project behind then he hit me up. Working during vacation time was not really pleasure but it was what it was. I just couldn't refuse when friends ask for help, haha. 

I only worked on the project partially being responsible for the improvement of parts that the client wasn't happy about. Basically, I took care of compositing tasks, which includes green screen replacement, color correction, adding background, lens flare, and creating particles and animation. Picking up what the guy left behind was really a pain in the a*s. I gave up after couple first hours trying to deal with the left behind files then I decided to build everything up again from scratch. 

...below is the full viral video

Parts that I was working on...