The Pixel Lab Podcast #2: Robert Leger

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In the second Pixel Lab audio interview, I had the chance to talk with Robert Leger about his background in motion graphics, Xpresso and what he’s up to over at Robertleger.net. His store of Xpresso presets is atΒ xpressopresets.net. Big thanks to Robert for taking time to hang out with us!

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    1. coyote37
      coyote3710-10-2011

      May this interview could be better including video? maybe the capture from skype discution… or just exemple of Robert works?

      Anyway very interesting.

    2. Charles Rowland
      Charles Rowland10-10-2011

      fantastic! i hope my calling robert out helped you land this LMAO!

    3. Joren
      Joren10-10-2011

      Haha, probably did man! Thanks for pushing him over the edge! πŸ˜‰

    4. Robert
      Robert10-10-2011

      thanks joren! it was a pleasure. and it was funny to find out that our “day schedules” are quite similar πŸ™‚

    5. Rodrigo
      Rodrigo10-10-2011

      great interview , robert is one of my favorites

    6. plasticexistence
      plasticexistence10-10-2011

      Robert was definitely an inspiration for me to start messing around in C4D and After Effects.

      Thanks for the podcast!

    7. Jorge Barrionuevo
      Jorge Barrionuevo10-11-2011

      love it!. I learn soo much from him.

      thanks for the podcast! greetings from Argentina πŸ™‚

    8. Mendel
      Mendel10-13-2011

      Thanks! going to check out the podcasts he was talking about!

    9. Eugene Opperman
      Eugene Opperman10-15-2011

      Thanks for the great interview and insight into Robert’s day-to-day!

    10. Dan
      Dan04-10-2012

      In regards to the inspiration part of the podcast. I’ve always struggle with this and it pops up in strange ways. I recently had to deal with a little mouse in my house and I got inspired to model a mousetrap and make a mouse in 3D with the hair module, which I had never used. This is what I came up with.
      http://wp.me/p15flA-at

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