- DC to Daylight: Like a man
Innovation: Blending live action with digital stop-motion animation, we created
a very stylized video that has the look of an old Super-8 animated film. No real
actors are in the video, the entire cast is made up of toys. This video
was created from the cover artwork for DC to Daylight's Xmas Murder '74
CD, and ended up providing the backstory for the cover art and packaging. It was
a very cool way to tie everything together and create a very distinct "branding" for
- DC to Daylight: My way to hell
Innovation: The story line of the video was involved a mysterious suitcase and
a car driven by the Devil. To provide some context, we shot a short prequel to the
video, complete with a soundtrack based on the hooks from the song itself.
- Steven R. Brooks: Eclipse
Innovation: To give this video a surreal animated look, we lowered the frame rate
to 15fps and edited each frame to give it a more of a comic-book look. The result
was a perfect match for this song.
- Brother Justice: Sounds of fury
Innovation: "Forklift-o-Vision" -- About half of the footage was shot from the front
of a forklift that was driven around the band. We were fortunate to have a warehouse
space large enough to do this, and also a forklift operator who knew what the hell he
We also created a special-effect where the performers faded in and out of a
static shot. This worked extremely well for the bridge of the song.
- The Cocktail Revisionists: I don't feel like celebrating
Innovation: "Spin-o-Vision" -- a motorized rotating camera mount was built so the camera
could travel in a complete circle around the performers.
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