Seth Worley is one of my favorite indie filmmakers/directors. I first met Seth a few years back when he was about to release what would go on to be a viral sensation – Plot Device. Right away, you could see the genius in this young director – with a style and sense of humor that resonated through his films. Seth would follow Plot Device with more amazing short films, including Order Up, Spy vs Guy, Real Gone and my all time favorite of his, Old /New, narrated by Patton Oswalt.
Seth continues putting out amazing work – funny, smart and just highly entertaining to watch. We were also pretty thrilled to learn that he’s a fan of Rampant Design Tools, and uses Rampant’s Style Effects pretty extensively in his work.
Seth’s a busy guy, so we asked him – in 30 seconds or less – which Rampant Style Effects are your go to effects to produce your signature look in your films?
Seth Worley, in 30 seconds….
My Favorite Rampant Style Effects:
“The fire pack is the best fire pack out there. The ink pack is fantastic. Honestly I love so many of the other packs but haven’t really gotten to use them on anything that’s been publicly released, at least that I can remember. I know I use the gun SFX everywhere. And I’ve used their rap stock music on both Real Gone and Spy Vs Guy.”
Recent Projects with Rampant Style Effects:
Seth Worley Films:
To see more of Seth’s work, please visit https://www.youtube.com/user/watchredgiantfilms. And be sure to watch the BTS videos on this channel as Seth goes into detail on how he integrates Rampant Style Effects with other VFX and plug-ins to create his visually stunning, and startling real imagery.
Rampant was founded by Visual Effects Artist Sean Mullen and professional editor and artist, Stefanie Mullen. With over 60 credits in feature film and television, Sean has shot and created VFX elements for network shows, feature films, private hollywood libraries and has created content for many of the major stock companies. His work has touched such acclaimed Hollywood and television productions as Charmed, Ally McBeal, NCIS, Felicity, Nip/Tuck, Idle Hands, Lake Placid and Any Given Sunday. Sean was inspired by his editor friends to create the first Rampant Design Tools – elements for his friends to mix and match and drop on their timelines that would instantly add a unique look / flavor to their videos. This inspiration essentially gave birth to many of the product lines you see at Rampant today. For more information, please visit www.rampantdesigntools.com.