Welcome! My name is Alan Shisko, and I'm a freelance motion graphics artist working out of Toronto, Canada. I've been very lucky in my career to have had many inspiring teachers, and decided to start this blog to give back to the community that has enriched me both technically and aesthetically. Perhaps my words and images will inspire you to do the same! If you wish, take a minute to view my demo reel at Shisko.com, or view a comprehensive gallery of my past work Here.


Monday, April 02, 2007

Take Me Out to the Ball Game... again and again and again...




The Toronto Blue Jays played their first game of the season today (5-3 Jays! Whoo!), and I created the graphics package for "Your World This Week", a weekly update show on Rogers. Here's what the player intro looks like... one of 43! (Quicktime, h.264, 3.2 megs)

This brings up workflow questions. How should one organize all the various and sundry elements so that the package can be assembled quickly, accurately and effectively? There are a ton of little time-saving tips 'n tricks that you can employ, and this video here will walk you through some of the issues that you may confront in the course of the production of a multi-item package.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Alan,

Great stuff. And thanks for the tutorial. I didnot use the photoshop like this before :-)

But there is a question left. Which font did you use? I like it a lot.

Thanks Nino,
Innsbruck, Austria

Alan Shisko said...

'Ballpark Weiner', freeware, available from dafont.com