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Archive for July, 2013

Art & Graft: Barclays “Life Skills”

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Art & Graft craft a beautifully fluid animation for Barclays “Life Skills.”

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 | Comments Off

Conor Finnegan: Fear of Flying

Conor Finnegan’s delightful coming of age short dives into the troubled psyche of a bird with a problem of existential proportions: he’s afraid to fly. To make matters worse, he’s in love with a girl who’s headed south for the winter. What to do, what to do.

In addition to an engaging storyline and endearing voice work, the animation technique is notable. Nearly all of the characters, sets and props were practically built. Conor and his team essentially puppeted the characters with rods. The rods were removed in post, and animated limbs were then comped on top of the footage. The result is naturalistic movement, complete with all the charming quirks you get from human-controlled motion.

Sound and music by Echolab.

Making Of

Official site

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013 | 2 Comments »

NYC: July Mograph Meetup

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NYC July Meetup Tuesday July 30th at Sweet and Vicious @ 8pm. Full details.

 

Monday, July 29th, 2013 | Comments Off

Shinjuku: The Film

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Stunning art direction in Shinjuku: The Film, an episodic short from the mind of Robert Valley (The Gorillaz and Aeon Flux).
Hat tip to Ash Thorp.

Monday, July 29th, 2013 | 2 Comments »

Vh1 Classic: Metal Headzzz!

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Created by Aaron Stewart with Tim Harrington, Metal Headzzz is a comedy short series animated by Mixtape Club with music and sound design from Huma Huma. Episode 3 literally made me LOL.

Monday, July 29th, 2013 | 2 Comments »

Lumbre: Sol Música

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Lumbre brands Sol Música Channel with some good traditional animation.

Thursday, July 25th, 2013 | 1 Comment »

Wonderland, A Short Form Doc on Creative Commerce

“For me, the commercial space is very much about letting go of all of your vision, I guess, and giving people what they want. And not really, like, being precious about it.

Because it’s not cool. Like, whatever you’re doing, it’s not cool. No matter how cool it is, it’s still a commercial, right?”
— David Lewandowski, Wonderland

“Wonderland” looks at the often uncomfortable intersection of art and commerce manifested by commercial production. If you work anywhere near the commercial space, watch this. It’s honest and conflicted and — because of that — powerful.

Credits

Filmmaker: Terry Rayment
Filmmaker: Hunter Richards
Assistant Editor: Scott Hanson
Additional Photography: Mike Berlucchi

Wednesday, July 24th, 2013 | 20 Comments »
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