Tyson Ibele is a Toronto-based animator who currently works for the design studio MAKE and creates video games for mobile devices. Using tyFlow, the animator posts recent rendering experiments associated with development on his Instagram page. The tool enables his use in particle simulation for 3dsmax and the results are quite intriguing.
Many of his animations are vivid in color and motion. Creative concepts are brought to life through computer manipulation, the artistry is evident just as much as the precision found in each simulated scene. The graphic motions are fluid and with an added richness that departs from ordinary to extraordinary.
Ibele caters to the enthusiasm of viewers and their imaginations, introducing novel ideas through visual creativity. It is impressive to take in the lively feed from his Instagram page and be amazed by how advanced these test renders are, not to mention totally satisfying to watch.
Scenes like bursting bodies, crowds of bicyclists crashing into each other, controlled catastrophe, pixels that seem to spring and multiply, and biogenic movements can be found among Ibele’s work. Ibele describes the extent of function tyFlow demonstrates in each clip, breaking down the process of the graphic motion blueprint. Tyson Ibele’s knowledgeable grasp on animation makes for a uniquely interesting portfolio.