Stefan D. Voigt

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Stefan D. Voigt

Art Direction & 3D Animation

Located at Munich, Germany - freelance worldwide


Skill set:

  • 3D Generalist: Cinema 4D and Xpresso, V-Ray, Octane Render, TurbulenceFD, Silo Pro
  • Stereoscopy: Consulting & Creation
  • Compositing: After Effects & Fusion
  • Good knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator & InDesign

Willing to learn: Nuke & Houdini

Contact me!

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Pipsicle Styles

This is a small character I created to explore new visual concepts. It varies from transforming the 3D object into a 2D style to completely altering the geometry. Inspiration comes from early Street Fighter sprites, interior design, serigraphy, pixel art, kawaii, zombie apocalypse and fooling around.


Pictures of an exhibition

Stefan Voigt Exhibition at Corleone

Window projection of the different Pipsicle styles


Stefan Voigt Exhibition at Corleone

Photo presentation on the big wall. On the left you can also see the top of the window projection.


Stefan Voigt Exhibition at Corleone

The good old "pheres" projected above the bar.


Exhibition of personal work at Corleone!

Corleone Exhibition Flyer

I'm doing an exhibtion of my personal work in a local bar here in Munich!
I'll show my photographs, my student project "pheres" and a cool window projection of "Pipsicle".
So make sure to check it out! I'm happy to see you!

Here are the facts:
Friday, 10th of July at Corleone
Sendlinger-Tor-Platz 7 

Corleone Exhibition Stefan D. Voigt 


Cautiousness & curiosity - a lens whacking test

In the middle of a lonely street in Belgium an alley cat came to me and wasn't quite sure if it could trust the man with the camera. The resulting video is a play between cautiousness, curiosity and caress. It was interesting to see how the cat got closer and closer, but never really got into comfort.

This is a quick lens whacking test I did in 2013 on a trip to Belgium and France, where I was supposed to shoot a wedding. But cats are so much more interesting anyway! Afterwards I added some vintage film effects to finish off the used film look. The colorful light effects are created in camera, though.

Music: Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I 
get this wonderful album here for free: Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I - IV

created in 2013, published in 2015
Software used: Adobe Premiere & After Effects
hardware used: Canon 60D with a Nikon 50mm lens

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