Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Warrior Dash and Making Metia Man Video

A bunch of people at work have signed up for this Warrior Dash, which is a 3.5 mile run that includes a bunch of crazy obstacles like climbing a rope wall, crawling thru mud, and jumping over fire. And since this is a work sponsored event, we decided to do a little Metia promo video. (Metia is the company I work at).

We needed a giant-sized, 3D, wearable version of the company logo. So we bought some foam, glue, and spray paint. First, I cut all the shapes.

Then I laid out the letters like a stencil.

A little spay paint (a lot of paint actually, 6 cans)

Some spray adhesive and some contact cement.

Cut the face and arm holes and added a little finishing touch...

...and viola! Metia Man is born.

Then we went to the park down the street and started shooting the video.

And here is the final peice!

and you might find this interesting, too. It's the storyboards I drew and video comp prior to shooting.

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