We recently had the pleasure of creating this logo animation for Life in Reels Productions in Carlsbad, CA.
We’re looking forward to the release of their short film Night Terrors and their first feature-length film Carving a Life. The beautiful music… read more
Our short film Star Wars: A Toy Story is an Official Selection of the Super Geek Film Festival at Magic City Comic Con
The convention is taking place in Miami, FL from January 15 – 17, 2016. We’ll post more info… read more
Star Wars: Episode IV – A Toy Story now has a Google+ page!!! Follow us for all the latest news.
Retribution is now on-line!
We provided visual effects and motion graphics for this San Diego 48 Hour Film Project produced by the Happy CAMPers.
Check out this trailer for our film screening tomorrow at the San Diego CityBeat Five Minute Festival.
Our short film Star Wars: Episode IV – A Toy Story is an Official Selection at the 3rd Annual San Diego CityBeat Five Minute Film Festival.
Watch it on the big screen this coming Thursday at the Museum of Photographic Arts… read more
I had a great time with the Happy CAMpers screening our short film Retribution for the San Diego 48 Hour Film Project this past Thursday. Although we didn’t win, we had a lovely time doing it!
I had the good fortune of working with the Happy CAMpers on a San Diego 48 Hour Film Project. I provided visual effects and motion graphics for the film Retribution, which will be screening tonight at the Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15.
The STAR WARS TOY STORY SAGA continues with Star Wars: Episode V – The Toy Story Strikes Back. COMING SOON!!!
We will produce this short for the 2016 Star Wars Fan Film Awards. It will… read more
Thanks to everyone who voted for our fan film Star Wars: Episode IV – A Toy Story.
We didn’t win the Audience Choice Award, but we were nominated for Best Visual Effects at the Star… read more
For our short film Star Wars: Episode IV – A Toy Story, we enlisted the help of Carlos Grijalva and Robbie Tharp of Grijalva Films for our location shoot at San Diego’s historic Balboa Park. These guys are awesome!
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Meet the talented cast of our short film Star Wars: Episode IV – A Toy Story, which will be released on March 9, 2015.
We created this 5-minute short for the 2015 Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Like our Facebook movie… read more
Check out this Facebook post from the San Diego Film Consortium about our short film for the Star Wars Fan Film Awards.
Coming March 9, 2015
I recently framed these beautiful Star Wars posters by Drew Struzan to use in a short film we’ll be releasing on March 9, 2015.
I bought them when the Star Wars Special Edition films were released theatrically in 1997, and they were just… read more
Check out this trailer for the upcoming San Diego Film Awards. I was lucky enough to work on the trailer with a couple of very talented artists: Aram Khachaturyan and Fernando Garcia. There’s still time to submit films for consideration!
Our new demo reel is now on-line! Inspired by the films Tron and Tron Legacy, we created a virtual world within which we show clips of some of our work from 2014.
We were fortunate enough to have our reel… read more
This past Friday, November 14th, PixelPlex’s latest Demo Reel premiered at the San Diego Fall Film Festival at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park.
The evening’s program included short films in the genres of horror, science fiction, fantasy, and action…a… read more
PixelPlex’s ‘Demo Reel 2014′ has been selected to screen at the inaugural San Diego Fall Film Festival being held on November 13 – 15, 2014 at the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park!
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On October 10, 2014, I had the opportunity to provide live motion graphics support for the “Celebration Under the Dome” fundraising event hosted by the San Diego Public Library Foundation at the Central Library in Downtown San Diego.
If you live… read more
Here’s a preview of an After Effects tutorial on how to recreate the reverse 3D shatter effect used at the end of the opening sequence for the Fox TV show Fringe.
We’ll show you how to mimic this… read more