Posts tagged "animation"

Unstable clockwork for the Silent Barn last week.

Unstable clockwork for the Silent Barn last week.


Animation sequence from our Fables video! Maya’s designs, but I animated the rat that starts on the left.


longunevenhair:

okay, gif it is

longunevenhair:

okay, gif it is


Tom requested an alternative ball drop for his NYE party. I watched some previous versions on youtube and they were real boring. So I made this.

(all drawn/animated on new years eve itself, between things at work, rendering literally at 11:50 — I mean, who wants to spend more than a day making a ball drop. Gah. Except for the sound, which I stuck on this morning).

(errors corrected/reuploaded jan.10. Apologies if you saw the skippy prior version).


blooming
(and attempting to figure out gifs on tumblr…)

blooming

(and attempting to figure out gifs on tumblr…)


shrine flu

shrine flu


panning animation test no.2. All drawn on a single tiny 3.5x4.5” notebook page:

pano2



From itgrew:

back and forth, forever…


Hole Foods, 2010, 2:15, stop-motion.
Premiering at the Red Hook International Film Festival 2010, this Sunday the 17th, at 2:30pm.
At last, soundtracked, sequenced and finished! Production design and art direction by Maya Edelman, photography, editing, and sound by me. Starring, I think Jeff Geisinger and Maya Edelman as the devouring-birdhead and Larissa Simpson as the keeper-owl (or whatever these things are), and with help from Chie Mori, James Andrews, Nathan Kensinger, Isam Prado, Will Krause, and likely other people that I have misplaced since shooting this last year (holler if you need crediting or remember another participant!)
(I won’t actually be at the premier due to helping out in shooting a follow-up stop-motion that day.)

Hole Foods, 2010, 2:15, stop-motion.

Premiering at the Red Hook International Film Festival 2010, this Sunday the 17th, at 2:30pm.

At last, soundtracked, sequenced and finished! Production design and art direction by Maya Edelman, photography, editing, and sound by me. Starring, I think Jeff Geisinger and Maya Edelman as the devouring-birdhead and Larissa Simpson as the keeper-owl (or whatever these things are), and with help from Chie Mori, James Andrews, Nathan Kensinger, Isam Prado, Will Krause, and likely other people that I have misplaced since shooting this last year (holler if you need crediting or remember another participant!)

(I won’t actually be at the premier due to helping out in shooting a follow-up stop-motion that day.)

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Wizards of Łódź: Polish animation 1958 -1980 
New Sunken Cinematheque article up here. Communist Poland produced an astonishing number of incredible animators, six discussed here, which barely scratches the surface. A couple favorites from the article:





(Title  note: Łódź is the inimitable Polish film school. Admittedly, some of  these animators actually came out of graphic design backgrounds and  weren’t necessarily film students, but once that terrible pun title  fixed in my head, I was unable to abandon it.)

Wizards of Łódź: Polish animation 1958 -1980 

New Sunken Cinematheque article up here. Communist Poland produced an astonishing number of incredible animators, six discussed here, which barely scratches the surface. A couple favorites from the article:

(Title note: Łódź is the inimitable Polish film school. Admittedly, some of these animators actually came out of graphic design backgrounds and weren’t necessarily film students, but once that terrible pun title fixed in my head, I was unable to abandon it.)



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