TV Show Motion Graphics, Rotoscoping, After Effects Editing


Graphic Artist/Roto-Artist


Pilgrim Media Group

Motion Graphics production work for Pilgrim Media Group.

The first set of colorful graphics were for the TV show ‘Bring It!’. The map was a guide map of where the performers were heading to next in a competition tour. My creative vision was to create magical visuals to match the outfits of the performers, as if to spread stardust across the USA.

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Worked with the motion graphics team taking existing lower-third motion graphics and ‘rotoscoped’ competing drag racers and their cars with Photoshop using vector and raster masking methods.

I then enhanced the resulting masked cars with adjustment layers to make them appear like Hot Wheels/Matchbox car toys. I pushed the contrasts, saturation, leveled out overall tones to accomplish my goals.

I put this kind of effort because I enjoy making things look, and all within time constraints and workload considerations.

I also made sure all effects layers, animations were consistent, and in place, inserting name text and everything one does with After Effects.

In addition I also was responsible for scoreboard data Quality Checking and After Effects final video output, etc.

My boss took my graphic art and ran with it and created this beauty.

How’d I get here? What am I doing!?! But… I like it.