From squishy human plinko to tongue-legged monsters, here are some of the weirdest Motion Design projects in the world.
If you’ve spent any time at all here at School of Motion then you know we like weird stuff. Perhaps you’ve listened to our interview with Matt Frodsham or seen our Cyriak tutorials. There’s just a special little place in our heart for strange examples of MoGraph. So we decided to create a list of our favorite weird Motion Design projects.
Be prepared to ask yourself, what did I just watch?
Weird Motion Design Projects
Here’s some of our favorite MoGraph projects. While these aren’t necessarily NSFW, we don’t recommend watching them in an office. People will think you’re weird, or maybe they already do...
1. Plug Party 2k3
- Created By: Albert Omoss
Albert Omoss specializes in gross simulations where 3D models squash and stretch like they are made out of rubber. His entire Vimeo channel is full of fantastically strange renders. Here’s one of the less-strange examples. He even has a portfolio website where he hosts his content.
2. Going to the Store
- Created By: David Lewandowski
Going to the Store is an international phenomenon. If you haven’t seen it, get ready to see a case-study in how not to do a walk cycle. If you’ve ever wanted to bring his strange characters to your home there’s even a store where you can purchase everything from a chess set to a body pillow. These are amazing times we live in.
3. Final ANL
- Created By: Aardman Nathan Love
This video is without a doubt the most epic logo reveal in the history of the world. The character animation and sound design is perfect. Bow down before the Aardman Nathan Love logo.
Need to Take a Shower Now?
Well that’s our first list of weird Motion Design projects. If you want to contribute to part two shoot us an email. We’d love to share even weirder stuff in the future.