ALT Creative, Inc.
Year unknown. Population Zero. LOST BOY is an ambitious sci-fi concept heavily influenced by the American action classics and Japanese samurai films. It instantly captures viewers with its highly visual and unparalleled sci-fi world. LOST BOY is directed by Ash Thorp and Anthony Scott Burns, and produced by PostPanic Pictures.
My primary contribution to LOST BOY was to animate the cryptic geometric symbols interspersed throughout the film. In total, there were four symbols: Bootup, Connection, Absorption, and Termination. Each of these four symbols are intended to evoke the contents of the film surrounding them. The various states of the symbols were designed by Ash Thorp, and I was tasked with bringing them to life in a way which evoked the concepts they represent.
My final involvement in LOST BOY came in the form of the animated credits sequence. Using the beautifully-set type designed by the folks at Wedge & Lever, I was tasked with animating the English alphabet in the style of the symbols, so each glyph could be reused to form any word we needed. Although creating this credits sequence was my final contribution to the project, it was a fun exercise developing the animation style for the project.