Moving Pixels Motion Graphics Competition
19 October 2016

Creative Rooms, London, United Kingdom

Creative Rooms have teamed up with the talented people at See No Evil to set an epic motion graphics challenge, with prizes from Maxon and Red Giant up for grabs. Featuring the words “Creative Rooms” you’re invited to explore the theme of moving pixels to create a 10-15 second long ident where you’ll be judged on creativity and originality. The winner takes home a Cinema 4D Studio license courtesy of Maxon, as well as featuring on the Creative Rooms website.

To enter, simply upload your entry to our Vimeo Group, and submit your details below.

Prizes

1st: Maxon Cinema 4D Studio
2nd: Red Giant Trapcode Suite

Competition closes at midnight on 19 October 2016.

Entries will be judged by the See No Evil board members and winners announced at Creative Rooms on 25 October 2016.

Creative Rooms Award Ceremony

When: 25 October 2016
Time: 18:00 – 20:00
Where: Oui 2 Rooms, 89 Great Titchfield St, London W1W 6RN

The Competition Rules

Using the logo and font supplied, create a 10-15 second long title sequence with reference to the theme “Moving Pixels”.
Your competition entry must be submitted as a Full HD (1920px x1080px), 25fps and MP4 file.
The title sequence must be no shorter than 10 seconds and no longer than 15 seconds.
Competition closes at midnight on 19 October 2016.
The judges are looking for the best creative original film.
You are permitted to use any software packages you have access to.
Anyone can enter – professional or amateur – there is no ranking, the competition is open to everyone.
There are two prizes, which will be awarded to the winner and runner-up on Tuesday 25 October at 18:00. If you are unable to attend the prize giving please make sure the organisers have your up-to-date contact details.
By entering this challenge you agree to your title sequence project being featured for promotional purposes at future events and on the Creaitve Rooms website. Your entry will be fully credited when used.

Enter The Moving Pixels Challenge

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