I am pleased to share my latest project for The new collection from ground-breaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi, ‘Einaudi Undiscovered’ which is out now.
A selection of rarities, hidden gems and unreleased tracks handpicked by Einaudi himself from his 25-year career.
My video for Main Theme, is a cinematic exploration of abstract 3D landscapes, fluid simulations & sculptural formations set to Ludovico Einaudi’s Title Track from the film “Third Murder”, one of the tracks featured in the album ‘Undiscovered’.
Taking inspiration from natural elements, Japanese landscapes & Mother Earth. There are also subtle references to the opening sequence of the 2017 film.
The landscapes were developed using displacement mapping, height maps & procedurally generated techniques.
Created using Cinema4D & Rendered in Cycles4D, with minmal post in After Effects.
I challenged myself to learn some of the new tools insydium’s latest release of X-Particles. xpExplosiaFX & xpFlowField were utilised to control the direction of the cloud simulation. Custom shaders were created with Cycles4D using the Point Density Texture node.
The scene was back lit with Cycles lights and volumetric lighting added with the Cycles Volume Scatter node.