Ex-Disney animator Gary Andrews’ beautiful animation ‘The Doodle Diaries’ illustrates what family life is like since the loss of his wife Joy.
CG Animation can often drown artists in technical limitations both in terms of software (Maya) and methodology. Things are getting better, as studios have begun pushing new boundaries in rigging, design aesthetic, and limited animation with films like The Lego …
A distant father confronts a heroic but troubled past-life as an ’80’s TV show mascot named Pombo.
I loved this film. It’s particularly interesting to learn about the adjustments the writers made to the screenplay. Sound always plays a particularly important role in the horror genre, but A Quiet Place takes this a step further, making sound …
A beautifully animated student film by Sheridan graduate, Patt Jewanarom. Student films are often unfinished, but in this case I think it makes for a more enjoyable short, at least for animators. 🙂
Breakbot and Ruckazoid merge, creating Breakazoid, a cosmic pimp, who distributes his love to humans by taking them across the galaxy on the planet love in this stylish music video by Olivier Lescot.
Bengal, 19th century. At the edges of the Kali temple, the British India’s army led by the implacable W.H.Sleeman is about to wash against the last representants of the ancient stranglers assassin’s brotherhood, the Thugs.
Featuring scenes with Batman fighting thugs, Spider-Man and Winter Soldier taking on Thanos, and Captain Marvel duking it out with Venom, these animatics are full of great ideas and possibilities executed masterfully.
YouTube seems over-saturated with video essays on film analysis (You may have noticed we’ve stopped posting them as often as we were). Animation has been largely overlooked save for a few great videos, like this one about Chuck Jones. I’ve …
Just some of the most memorable moments from Pixar from the last decade. No big deal.