Amazing surreal art in its purest form. Have a look at Cornel Swoboda’s interesting visualization of his poem “And Then I Vanish“. The mix of the visuals and audio work give us a quick and impressive example of high quality 3D and visual effects film making.

Swoboda writes:
“‘And Then I Vanish’ is a surreal motion poem, which has started as a simple spare time project months ago.
Since then it grew, it changed quite a lot – and now it’s finally done. I tried to restrict myself by some rules, e.g. only going for portraits & close-ups and maintaining the same light direction. Made with Cinema4D & Octane Render.”

Enjoy the piece in the header.

Allan Torp Jensen
Author: Allan Torp Jensen

Allan has worked on visual effects for feature films and television for 20 years. He has experience of the full VFX pipeline but has focused on compositing for the past 15 years and has been a Lead Compositor and Compositing Supervisor on various shows. He has worked with the talented people at Cinesite, Bluebolt VFX, Automatik VFX in London, and Weta Digital in New Zealand. For the past five years, he has worked remotely at his own Torper Studio on various high-end TV and feature film projects.