Posts Tagged ‘animation’
A fun animated short from Mike Stern is finally available for public viewing on Youtube. See his tough night at the office in “Distraxion”. Watch it after the break. YouTube – Distraxion.
Doug Purvur worked on the collaborative film project Psst!3 and found himself with an idea and material capable of supporting a full short-film piece. Using his expersie in CINEMA4D and After Effects, he built the surreal “Omar and his Skyhook”, which was included in last month’s LA Shorts Film Festival. He sits down with Meleah […]
CGArtist.TV has just launched collecting demo reels, tutorials, short films, animations, and more. Anything CG related, be it 2D or 3D, they have a huge collection of content already with more being added daily. CG Artist: Computer Graphics Television.
If you’re an avid Blender user then consider submitting a short video to the Suzanna Awards & Animation Festival at the upcoming conference. Awards will be given in three categories (Best Short Film, Best Character Animation, and Best Designed Short Film) for entries generated completely within Blender. A quick description of the categories: 1. Best […]
The Vancouver ACM SIGGRAPH has announced SPARK Animation `09, to run from September 16-20 at the Vancouver International Film Center. They’ve got 9 films, dozens of speakers, and a big party planned for Saturday night! This year we’ve got 3 days’ worth of world-renowned animators, art directors and filmmakers presenting their work – people like […]
A beautiful and deep, if not a little bit disturbing, short film from David Sharf is his final thesis for university and is now available for you to enjoy on Vimeo. The description: Antonia is a 12 year old girl. She often has daydreams, in which she wonders of in to a magical far away […]
Robin George’s “Tezcatlipoca”, a 3-minute short based on the Aztec myth of the deity who descends from heaven in the form of a jaguar, which premiered at SIGGRAPH2009′s Computer Animation Festival, is now online for you to enjoy. From September 2007 to January 2009, it took about a year and a half to take from […]
Nina Paley has just taken a major step with her fantastic “Sita Sings the Blues” by placing all of the original assets (FLA files) online at archive.org under the CC-ShareAlike license. “All the Flash authoring (.fla) files I used to make Sita Sings the Blues have just been posted on archive.org, under a Creative Commons […]
Kevin Hanna, Sean O’Reilly, and Barnaby Ward have been hard at work adapting the award-winning graphic novel “The Clockwork Girl” to an animated feature, and the first trailer is online now. See it after the break.. Their website, www.theclockworkgirl.com is having some bandwidth issues at the moment. via CG Video & Animation » Blog Archive […]
A fun little video from Gabe Askew showing a few months work to create a fan video for the song “Two Weeks”. See the video after the break.