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INVASIVE E. COLI DISEASE MOD

This project was an MOD animation introducing extra-intestinal pathogenic E. coli (ExPEC) and its potential to cause severe invasive E. coli disease. 

 

The clients initially requested an immersive 3D look with a darker tone. Later on, we adapted the video with a brighter palette for a patient audience.
 

As this project involved multiple animators, this reel showcases the scenes I was responsible for.

Media: Maya, Houdini, Redshift, After Effects, Premiere 
Role: Storyboard, concept art, styleframes, animation, texturing, compositing

Audience: HCPs, later adapted for patients
Date: 2022-2023

CONCEPT ART

The project began as an HCP video with a dark palette. I created two pieces of concept art to establish the mood. I used 3D maquettes to simplify the painting process while keeping depictions accurate to future styleframes.

Note that there were later changes to the storyboard that altered the final product, such as cutting out the immune cell scene.

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STYLEFRAMES

Two styleframes were created based on the concept art.

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PATIENT ADAPTATION

After the HCP video was complete, the client requested a brighter version of the video for patient audiences that evoked hope rather than caution. This involved creating more human-centric scenes as seen in the reel, and rerendering with a different palette.

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