This weeks video comes from the Bellecour Art School in France and let me just say these french folk really make some pretty amazing animations.
Created as an end of studies project for 3D computer graphics Bachelor 2012 Bellecour Schools Art & Design Entertainment (bellecour.fr). Directed by Ludovic Gavillet, Derya Kocaurlu, Lucas Hudson and Colin Jean-Saunier.
This weeks video comes from the clever folks over at Alfred Imageworks in Korea.
We dive into the year 2150 where all sorts of Aliens are living throughout space. Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages.
Our short of the week this week is taking out by the talented Ben Brand and animation studio Fube.
Life is Beautiful takes us on the journey of the little man Anton who may be done with life, but life ain’t done with Anton.
This isn’t just your ordinary mashup/cover of Pharrell Williams – Happy. Pomplamoose Music takes their videos to the next level using a simple setup of Final Cut Pro, a Projector and some polystyrene foam.
Oktapodi is a 2007 French computer-animated short film that originated as a Graduate Student Project from Gobelins L’Ecole de L’Image.
Phil Lord is having a cracker of a year with the success of the Lego Movie and the soon to be released 22 Jump Street, once again starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as a mismatched pair of undercover cops.
At this stage your probably thinking to yourself “What is this magic?”. Well let me start by explaining how it works. Our brains are trained, right from the time when we first start focusing to see depth and put things into three dimensions.
When the foreground part of image breaks the white lines – blocking them by moving out in front – it looks like it’s hurling straight at us. While our brains can discern the 3D qualities of a 2D photo or video, this simple trick just enhances it by telling the brain to see things slightly differently.