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Leon Jean-Marie’s Bring It On by OneInThree

Leon Jean-Marie’s Bring It On by OneInThree

David Knight - 9th June 2008

The new one for Leon Jean-Marie is another good example of how Ross and Bugsy of OneInThree deliver fine, innovative graphic ideas.

The new one for Leon Jean-Marie is another good example of how Ross and Bugsy of OneInThree deliver fine, innovative graphic ideas. It's a performance video with an interesting twist - or rather, wobble. The intriguing effect seen here comes courtesy of Kevin Atkinson - aka the <a href="http://methodart.blogspot.com/">Method Artist</a>. Kevin is a Canadian computer vision programmer and OneIn Three spotted his 'wobble' test on YouTube. "We emailed him a month before saying we thought his effects were cool and would he like to possibly work on a music video at some point in the future," explains Ross. "Then when we heard the track we knew it would be perfect, so we called Kevin and asked him if he could come over in a week to make a music video. We flew him over from Ontario and he was brilliant: he was happy to stay in our weird flat, and did an amazing job." It's clever - so we trust these guys will be firmly at the helm when it's used for an ad. Which is bound to happen.

It's a performance video with an interesting twist - or rather, wobble. The intriguing effect seen here comes courtesy of Kevin Atkinson - aka the Method Artist. Kevin is a Canadian computer vision programmer and OneIn Three spotted his 'wobble' test on YouTube.

The new one for Leon Jean-Marie is another good example of how Ross and Bugsy of OneInThree deliver fine, innovative graphic ideas. It's a performance video with an interesting twist - or rather, wobble. The intriguing effect seen here comes courtesy of Kevin Atkinson - aka the <a href="http://methodart.blogspot.com/">Method Artist</a>. Kevin is a Canadian computer vision programmer and OneIn Three spotted his 'wobble' test on YouTube. "We emailed him a month before saying we thought his effects were cool and would he like to possibly work on a music video at some point in the future," explains Ross. "Then when we heard the track we knew it would be perfect, so we called Kevin and asked him if he could come over in a week to make a music video. We flew him over from Ontario and he was brilliant: he was happy to stay in our weird flat, and did an amazing job." It's clever - so we trust these guys will be firmly at the helm when it's used for an ad. Which is bound to happen.

"We emailed him a month before saying we thought his effects were cool and would he like to possibly work on a music video at some point in the future," explains Ross. "Then when we heard the track we knew it would be perfect, so we called Kevin and asked him if he could come over in a week to make a music video. We flew him over from Ontario and he was brilliant: he was happy to stay in our weird flat, and did an amazing job."

The new one for Leon Jean-Marie is another good example of how Ross and Bugsy of OneInThree deliver fine, innovative graphic ideas. It's a performance video with an interesting twist - or rather, wobble. The intriguing effect seen here comes courtesy of Kevin Atkinson - aka the <a href="http://methodart.blogspot.com/">Method Artist</a>. Kevin is a Canadian computer vision programmer and OneIn Three spotted his 'wobble' test on YouTube. "We emailed him a month before saying we thought his effects were cool and would he like to possibly work on a music video at some point in the future," explains Ross. "Then when we heard the track we knew it would be perfect, so we called Kevin and asked him if he could come over in a week to make a music video. We flew him over from Ontario and he was brilliant: he was happy to stay in our weird flat, and did an amazing job." It's clever - so we trust these guys will be firmly at the helm when it's used for an ad. Which is bound to happen.

It's clever - so we trust these guys will be firmly at the helm when it's used for an ad. Which is bound to happen.

The new one for Leon Jean-Marie is another good example of how Ross and Bugsy of OneInThree deliver fine, innovative graphic ideas. It's a performance video with an interesting twist - or rather, wobble. The intriguing effect seen here comes courtesy of Kevin Atkinson - aka the <a href="http://methodart.blogspot.com/">Method Artist</a>. Kevin is a Canadian computer vision programmer and OneIn Three spotted his 'wobble' test on YouTube. "We emailed him a month before saying we thought his effects were cool and would he like to possibly work on a music video at some point in the future," explains Ross. "Then when we heard the track we knew it would be perfect, so we called Kevin and asked him if he could come over in a week to make a music video. We flew him over from Ontario and he was brilliant: he was happy to stay in our weird flat, and did an amazing job." It's clever - so we trust these guys will be firmly at the helm when it's used for an ad. Which is bound to happen.

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