Using the existing poster for this film, I added animation for a meeting at 20th Century Fox to promote MAX-Q's motion poster capabilities. I mostly used After Effects' puppet tool to get the pixels in motion, along with masks and seperate elements for the various reveals.
I created this as a demo for Showtime. I took the existing poster and animated different elements such as; David Ducovney's shirt, hair, the underwater caustics (i.e. the light patterns created by the water). The air bubbles were created in 3D using Cinema 4D.
A Motion Poster I created at MAX-Q. The tooth was created in Cinema 4D as a transition element.
I created this motion poster (aka "living poster" in some circles - the nomenclature hasn't been standardized) for a meeting with Warner Bros. There is no audio because this was designed for a mall deployment. We made a guess as to who might be cast to play the Green Lantern, and we were right! I may add audio at some point just to make it more impactful.
UPDATE: Thursday, May 5, 2011
I found this official Paramount Pictures poster for Green Lantern on the web that almost exactly matches the image of the character aiming his ring at the viewer just before the light flare wipes to the title. Interesting...