Day Off

by Yomagick
  • Animation
  • Graphics
  • Art

Yomagick, aka Maciek Martyniuk, is a freelance designer and digital artist based in Barcelona, Spain. His most recent projects, like 2019’s ‘Dreamlands’, create a surreal yet welcoming dreamscape for viewers to slip into, a theme continued with ‘Day Off’, Yomagick’s passion project for ConceptD.

The idea for ’Day Off’ comes from Yomagick’s fascination with the spaces that we are drawn to in the course of our day-to-day lives in order to relax. After exploring his environment to observe how people like to unwind on their days off, Yomagick takes these insights and exaggerates them. He then uses animation, hypnotic repetition and 3D tools, such as C4D and Octane, to render them soft, dreamlike and surreal. The final result yields something of an idealized space in which one could unwind and decompress.

Decoded

See how Yomagick used imagination and ConceptD technology to create a dream world piece by piece, breaking down his colorful abstract scenery to its raw elements.

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Behind the Scenes

With ‘Day Off’, Yomagick’s goal was to create an absurd and exaggerated version of the places we like to unwind. To realize his vision, he needed a laptop powerful enough to deal with complex animations and rich graphical details, along with the precision that comes with a 4K display and high color accuracy.

He also had to be able to do all of this on the move. As a creator that likes to be able to work anywhere and carry his tools with him at all times, the ConceptD 5 Pro’s portability was essential. Yomagick’s inspiration came from exploring his surroundings and sourcing inspiration from his fellow city-dwellers in real-time, for which he needed a powerful device that wouldn’t weigh him down in the course of his research.

Software Used

  • Cinema 4D
  • Octane

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