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Midnight's Adventures When the Humans are Sleeping
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These visuals all started out from a single illustration (now the animation Tasty Visuals #001, the first loop of the sequence). Whilst creating the illustration I thought about how each bit might animate and so set about turning it into a short ident type visual. It was soon after that I learnt about the Resolume competiton for Kraak & Smaak a Dutch trio of musicians who create some quality funk/breakbeat/electro tunes. As Kraak & Smaak translates to Crunchy & Tasty I thought it'd be too good an opportunity to miss to get a set of food-themed illustrations turned into VJ loops. The original 3 loops won the competition and the prize was a commission to make 20 more loops plus a copy of the VJ software Resolume. This video shows all the main clips (including the original 3) the total 20 that were sent consisted of these and some transitions that can overlaid on top of the other clips. Before animating any of the parts I chose 3 of Kraak & Smaak's tracks and sliced it so that it was a segment of 16 beats. I then altered the tempo of the segment to 125BPM - as this works well with a 50fps frame rate (and is consequently easily scalable for slower or faster sections should I need to re-render to a certain speed). Within these segments there was enough going on musically that I could animate individual objects to sounds, meaning that you can watch them again and again and still find new bits that sync up to something. The beauty of this is that all these elements can be removed as single pieces and reassembled to create new compositions. The limitations of the grid plus no gradients or transparencies also meant that consistency between the pieces was easy and that they could all be played consecutively and gel.
MASS ... a body of coherent matter, usually of indefinite shape and often of considerable size. SONG: Mass /// http://kingdeluxe.ca/mass MUSIC: Vaetxh /// http://www.vaetxh.com VISUALS: Henning M. Lederer /// http://www.led-r-r.net VISUAL ASSISTANT: Charlotte J. Vogel /// www.charlottevogel.com LABEL: King Deluxe /// http://kingdeluxe.ca
2 weeks ago
This is either an animation about how meaningful it is to make food for someone you love or about the unconditional love dogs give humans. Watch more videos here http://www.videobash.com Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/videobashfan
2 weeks ago
A pilot, marooned on a strange planet, is on a journey to find his crashed space ship. On his way, his physical and mental capabilities are put to the test within this alien environment. Accolades - Official Selections - Sacramento Film & Music Festival 2012 SJSU Film Festival 2012 Albany Film Fest 2012 Burbank International Film Festival 2012 San Jose International Short Film Festival 2012 Blue Plum Animation Festival 2012 Commffest 2012 Miami Short Film Festival 2012 ASIFA SF Spring Showcase 2012 Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival 2012 Norwich Film Festival 2013 North West Animation Film Festival 2013 Awards- Adobe Design Achievement Award Semi-Finalist Third Place ASIFA SF Spring Showcase Third Place CSU Media Arts Festival Bronto House Animation is a group of 6 students from San Jose State University's Animation Illustration Program: Nick Carpenter, Michael Harding, Jay Hasrajani, Leonard Hung, Carlos Nunez, Alvyn Villanueva. We love film. More info available at brontohouse.com
2 weeks ago
If you like the film, please consider supporting my work by purchasing a full HD copy from my website: www.astigmatismo-shortfilm.com Watch the Making Of video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RX5Csypuj8 An animation short film by Nicolai Troshinsky Animation short film by Nicolai Troshinsky www.astigmatismo-shortfilm.com Music by Shogun Kunitoki Sound design by Pierre Sauze Character design by Gina Thorstensen Background design by Cecilia Ramieri "A boy, having lost his glasses, can only see one thing in focus at a time. His sight gets attracted by the sounds that surround him. He will have to explore a blurry world of unknown places and strange characters." "Astigmatismo" is a short-film about the feeling of being lost. This feeling is created thanks to an extreme blur effect, leaving only a very tiny space in focus. The focus shifts and moves rhythmically, synchronized with the sounds and the music, revealing a constantly changing landscape. The optical effect of blur is at the core of the film, so to make this effect as beautiful and authentic as possible "Astigmatismo" is shot in a 5-level multiplane using a special lens. The animation involves cut-out marionettes and paint on glass. Everything is entirely made by hand and there are no post production effects. It is, however, computer-assisted. The camera and the lens were entirely controlled by computer making it possible to adjust the focus and the depth of field with extreme precision, allowing for a variety of focus effects that wouldn't have been possible to create otherwise. In this way, the film combines old school animation techniques with recent advances in camera technology.
3 weeks ago
Maker vs Marker est une animation dans laquelle se créé une bagarre entre un dessinateur et son dessin. Un stop motion réalisé par Jonny Lawrence reprenant des coups et techniques de combat de Street Fighter. La musique est de Brian Sadler.
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2 weeks ago
7 Tonnes 3 est le premier court-métrage de Nicolas Deveaux, réalisé chez Cube
A young astronaut and his dog embark on one last adventure together through space. Directed by Kyle Moy & Ellen Su. C R E D I T S ART DIRECTION // Ellen Su ANIMATION // Kyle Moy COMPOSER // Johan Ericsson Degerlund SOUND DESIGNER // Brian Russo MODELING // Ellen Su, Justin Coo, Dan Dickheiser, Hyun Song TEXTURING // Ellen Su, Hyun Song RIGGING // Kyle Moy, Tom Szenher LIGHTING // Ellen Su MATTE PAINTING // Ellen Su COMPOSITING // Ellen Su, Tori Buenger, Diana Kim, Eunju Hyun DYNAMICS // Diana Kim MOTIONGRAPHICS // Ellen Su, Mike Villegas THESIS ADVISORS // Joe Burrascano & Seth Gollub SPECIAL THANKS // Mom & Dad, John McIntosh, Francisco Naranjo, Shayne Ryan, Colin Levy, JP Lavin, Eric Cunha, Montaque Ruffin, Brian Frey, Vraja Parra, Dan Solomon, Stephanie Lin, Michael Altman, Jeffrey Bryson, Eunju Hyun, Anne Yang, Jimmy Calhoun, The Bros, Faculty & Friends For more check out our production blog, spaceboundthemovie.tumblr.com
Masked men exploit an edible smaller species as a renegade scientist perfects a cloning process to satisfy demand, but the clones conceal a destructive secret. More info at http://www.blendfilms.com. As a hand drawn film, I'm offering the original drawings (the actual frames of animation) from this film at patricksmith.bigcartel.com/ Winner Santa Clarita Valley Film Festival 2012 Winner Jury Prize Durango Film Festival 2012 Winner ASIFA-East (Association Internationale du Film d'Animation) 2011 Winner Animated Surrealism Award DragonCon Film Festival, 2011 Winner Anima Mundi, Brazil, 2011 Screenings: 2012 Cleveland International Film Festival 2012 Phoenix Film Festival 2012 Durango Film Festival 2012 Santa Clarita Valley Film Festival (Winner!) 2012 San Francisco Independent Film Festival 2011 Charlston International Film Festival 2011 Savannah Film Festival 2011 Santa Cruz Film Festival 2011 ASIFA-East (Winner!) 2011 Ellensburg Film Festival 2011 Befilm Film Festival 2011 Annecy Plus Film Festival 2011 Kodak Animation Show 2011 Arizona Film Festival 2011 Woodstock Film Festival 2011 Ojai Film Festival 2011 Philadelphia Animation Festival
A girl was into magician's magic box , the girl encountered a boy with a mask in this magical world , curious girl to follow him all the way ,at last the boy disappeared in the dark · · · · · ·
| By 陈 丽英
Once upon a time, when the Wild West was still wild, a Cowgirl and a Werewolf travel the hostile land. As a chicken walks their way a fight about the appropriate use of it makes them forget the danger around, till it seems to be too late.
Animated short film by 3dar Studios [ 3dar.com ]. Based on a true story. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CREDITS Written and directed by JORGE TERESO FERNANDO MALDONADO Art Direction MARINA MUÑOZ Executive producers FEDERICO HELLER GERMAN HELLER JORGE TERESO Graphic design and 2D animation JULIAN DORADO 3D art MARCO LOCOCO SANTIAGO TERESO FEDERICO CARLINI MARTIN BERISSO JUAN PABLO LANZO Post-production LUCAS SALVIETTI Production Assistant REGINA PORCHIETTI NATALIA TORIANO Sound Production GERMAN HELLER Rig VINCENT DE SOUZA MARTIN BERISSO ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SYNOPSIS In the wilderness of the forests where giant bulldozers are tearing apart the woods there is a monkey that accidentally finds a shaving machine and decides to use it. Spontaneously disguised as a human being, he moves out to the city and starts a career. After a stunning success in business, he understands the need of gaining political power. Not too long after, he becomes the president. Now he is ready to make a change.
Created by Vancouver Film School student Chris Savage through the VFS Digital Character Animation program.
"MAKING STUFF MOVE IS EASY...BUT...MAKING STUFF MOVE YOU IS HARD" The line came to me while pitching on some commercial or other & trying to explain what I loved about animation, & what was particularly hard with certain kinds of animation - trying to get that emotional connection out of a basically inanimate object. I think I was also attempting to explain to some agency people that, yes, I could animate a particular foodstuff (even though I didn't have that on my reel ) because, guess what...I'm an animator! Rather than try to tell a particular story I decide to animate the actual words, & in as many ways as possible (by the way, I love typography). I wanted to include every kind of 'traditional' model animation technique that I could within the framework of the film - from modelling clay balls to pixilating human hands & bodies, from animating food (the chopped peppers) to timelapse (the scene in the woods), from 2D drawn animation to moving sand, etc. Basically, it's meant to be a fun piece showcasing various methods of stop-frame animation! The whole thing was shot in camera using Nikon digital stills cameras (I really wanted to keep that certain 'feel' you get) with a bit of cleaning up in AfterEffects in post. I would like to give a big thanks to everyone who helped, especially: Sam Morris (cameraman) Gary & Cat at ScaryCat Studio (where I shot most of the film, & who gave me a huge amount of help with modelmaking) Kev Harwood (who helped me with production) Emma Kingsnorth at UN1T (for post work) Dave Reynaud (for composing a fantastic piece of music especially for this film - I've always loved the juxtaposition of electronic music to stop-frame animation) Mcasso music production ltd. for providing the audio track
Official Music Video A 6 Am in the morning drive through a retro-future desert landscape. Mike Luck Cityscape EP Available as Digital Release at mikeluck.nl Credits: 3D Animation: Maxmana - maxmana.com Special Thanks: Marco Aarts & Mitchel Tan - mitcheltan.com
An animated series about life, sex, & ironic mustaches. In episode 1, Dave's roommate drags him to a new coffee shop. Animated/written/directed by Matthew Tyler. Voices: Matthew Tyler as Dave, Michael Toscano as Hipster Barista, and Nathan Floody as Pete. Fake indie music by Matthew Tyler. All other music: public domain. Find out more at www.brooklynians.net.
The Meek, the Mad, and the Misinformed is a dark comedy about a downtrodden butler armed only with meagre pay and seriously bad luck. He has a tragic mishap with his crotchety old boss and can only watch as his life spins out of control. This is one mess he can't clean up so easily!