You thought Santa’s elves started early? Here at the BLIINK workshop we've beaten the Christmas rush. Our animators have been going at it hammer and tongs - sketching, painting, modelling and crafting away to bring you this enlightening festive message.
An animation to accompany the New York Times' annual 'Holiday Books' supplement:
The idea was to show what books get up to when we step out of the room. Watch full screen for ultimate effect!
Production Company: Nexus
Director + Designer: Johnny Kelly
Producer: Isobel Conroy
Project Lead: Mark Davies
Animation: Sergei Shabarov, Michal Firkowski, Fabrice Fiteni, Mark Davies
3D Rendering: Michal Firkowski, Jeremi Boutelet, Mark Davies
3D Modeller: Florent Rousseau
Compositing: Elliott Kajdan
Client: New York Times Book Review
Art Direction: Nicholas Blechman
Music & Sound Design: David Kamp
Somewhere, our limbs lost in the distance.
First year film made at the Royal College of Art.
For more infos about the film, have a look at these articles:
Creators Project: goo.gl/eHJ7tC
Directors Notes: goo.gl/dII6M1
Enjoyed the soundtrack? Get it on Disasterpeace's website right away:
Direction and Animation: Nicolas Ménard (nicolasmenard.com)
Music and Sound Design: Rich Vreeland (disasterpeace.com)
Additional Animation: Anne-Louise Erambert, Louise Druelle, Oliver Hamilton, James Hatley
© Royal College of Art, 2013
From time to time, is good to play around with drawing and animation, just for fun, to get disconnect from work. And a few weeks ago, we did this small animation for LoopdeLoop (loopdeloop.org), and it happened that, while we worked on it, we're listening to the new Pelo Mono album (pelomono.bandcamp.com). One thing led to another, and finally, we decided to ask permission to use their song "Parece Bueno" and make an experiment with it.
We want to thank Pelo Mono, and Happy Place Records (/happyplacerecords.com) people, for making possible to have their song for this video.
So here's this craziness, we hope you'll have so much fun as us while doing it!
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