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Hexeosis:  Trippy Pattern Movement

At one time the very popular gif artist who is know as Hexeosis was a Creative Director for a respected Motion Graphics firm making TV Commercials for a living. After seeing the creative gif work coming out of the Tumblr community in 2012  Hexeosis was inspired and started making gifs, and got so good at and it and so popular that he decided to strike out on his own and make commissions for a living.  The result is a library of fantastically color saturated loops that would serve as a great description for the word ‘trippy’ in the dictionary.  For those who follow gif artists closely, please know that he creates these gifs NOT with code but with Cinema4D and After Effects, the traditional tool set of motion graphics designers.

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