#360 degree, hand drawn animated video
I produce panoramic imagery, using photographs, CGI and hand-drawn methods – or a mixture of all these techniques.
They are best explored online, although I have produced a walk-in version inside a physical 11 foot cube. Images are usually stitched together meticulously by hand, providing a view of a space that works as if you were actually there, allowing you to see all around a particular viewpoint.
If you are interested in working with a tailored 360 degree panorama at your location or event, please contact me for more information.
…right over my head
Frack in Hell
Three hundred and sixty degrees in the shade
24hr gallery show for mobile devices
Largest ever freehand 3D graffiti illusion
3 big stickers
Animated sequence of new sleeve artwork
Large advert for the launch of London Pleasure Gardens
Spot the hazards
Rapid Architectural Visualisation Exercise
Unfairground at Glastonbury 2013
High security, monster plane distortion
140 sq. metres of freestyle
Distortion of the plane v2.0
Watch the progress of the sketch in 360°
A quick experiment in anamorphic projection and panoramas
New interior, with a 360 degree view
Have a look at a 360° panoramic photograph from the world record attempt back in 2007…
…alongside Bon, Amp and Alex
Amsterdam, beer, music, aerosol, mirrors & the neighbour’s wife…
Take a look at my first trial in anamorphic, disruptive patterns…
10 hours overnight on a high street in Manchester, more explanations after the jump
Making part of a building vanish at the home of Mutate Britain in Shoreditch…
During the Birmingham squad’s visit to Berlin for Secret Wars, we found a little time on the last day to go paint just on the outskirts of the Kreuzberg district.
Fisheye lenses have always interested me, as do any optical device to be honest with you. From door peepholes, to magnifying glasses. Microscopes to telescopes…
If you can’t make the trip to Birmingham to view the new 3D cube in person,I’ve made a video of the painting below.
Some of you may remember the cube I made, from last year. Version 1.2 is being built in a few weeks time.
Cubic X v1.0 by Chu (in 360 degrees)