A while ago, I designed and illustrated the following motionboards for a project regarding the causes and impact of air pollution.
A while ago, I illustrated some motionboards for a project regarding the adoption of digital television.
Under the direction of Moisés Arancibia, I recently designed these (and more) motionboards for the “No me pregunten más” campaign, which proposes a victim-centered approach to child abuse investigations.
Earlier this year I did some Motionboards / Animation for the MTV Millenial Awards
Felipe Vargas is an illustrator, animator, and motion graphics designer based in Santiago, Chile, whose clean and vibrant illustrations depict a stran…
I just got featured on Juxtapoz. WOW.
Recently I was in charge of designing motionboards and animating an Ad promoting Sanfic 9, one of the most important film festivals in Latin America.
I recently made these art-deco inspired motionboards for a TV pitch. Hope you like them.
I while back Camilo Huinca provided me some tasty motionboards for a title sequence. Deadline was tigh, so I was given total freedom to direct, animate and provide additional design for the sequence. The result is El Afiche. Which can be seen here
swifty120 said: Hey! Your work is awesome and inspiring! I graduated in the animation/design field but currently working in the engineering field. I want to get back in to creating stuff and eventually switch careers but lack motivation and am busy with my current job. Any advice on how to start out? Thanks and again great work!
Thanks! Since I’m also starting out, I’m not actually sure if I’m the most proper person for this kind of advice. From my experience, try not to hurry your career switch. I think it might be better to gradually acquire both experience and clients in your spare time, up to a point where you feel confident about leaving your current job. :)