We’ve all used the sayings, ‘It’s raining cats and dogs.’ Or, ‘He was like a bull in a china shop.’ But what do these sayings actually mean? We asked ourselves that same question and to have fun with the absurdity of the sayings we brought these familiar idioms to life in a literal way.# vimeo.com/71515335 Uploaded
Festivals Official Selection:
F5 Festival NY - Best of Motionographer
V O T D
The World Animation Celebration
Festival On Wheels
International Film Festival for Kids
... Between others.
After a lot of hard work, we are glad to announce we finished our new non-commercial project! A wild character walk-cycle done entirely in cel animation, by our super talented team here at 2veinte. Hope you enjoy it!
Done by 2veinte feat Juan Molinet
Directed by Pablo Gostanian
Character Art & Design: Juan Molinet
Art & Animation Direction: Pablo Gostanian
Lead Cel Animation: Melisa Farina, Facundo Quiroga
Animatic: Facundo Quiroga, Melisa Farina, Julian Pereyra Coimbra
Cel Animation: Melisa Farina, Facundo Quiroga, Sebastian Garcia, Julian Pereyra Coimbra, Santiago Medina, Martin Gil, Valentina Candia, Augusto Gabrys
Additional Cel Animation: Alex Gostanian, Damian Sendin
Storyboard: Pablo Gostanian
Character Transformation Design: Pablo Gostanian, Augusto Gabrys, Facundo Quiroga, Melisa Farina
Production: Melisa Farina
Composition: Facundo Quiroga, Pablo Gostanian
Music and SFX: Hula-music.com
Character voices: Pablo Gostanian, Alex Gostanian
Executive Producer: Agustin Valcarenghi
facebook.com/hulam.usic.1# vimeo.com/100751417 Uploaded 233K Plays 7,328 Likes 128 Comments
This animated short film explores everyday objects (a shoe, a laptop, a chair, a fridge, an animal skull ...) using the deconstruction.
The title is a wordplay that combines two verbs in spanish: to know (saber) and to see (ver).
This short film was made with part of the images produced for the exhibition saVer which includes interactive installation, silk-screen printings and sculptures.
Simon Gerbaud (Auxerre, France, 1976) is a visual artist.
After conducting theoretical studies of Visual Arts at the Sorbonne, he became interested in exploring drawing and animation autodidact capturing it in shortfilms, flipbooks or interactive installations.
He has participated in festivals and exhibitions in Mexico, Spain, France, Holland, Russia, China, Iraq and among others.
His shortfilm LIBER has received several awards: Best Mexican animation in CutOut Fest (Querretaro , Mexico , 2014) and Animasivo Festival (Mexico DF, 2015) ; his project saVer received the Award for the digital work of the year by the SCAM (Paris , France, 2015).
Lives and works in Mexico since 2005.# vimeo.com/96300915 Uploaded 289K Plays 2,398 Likes 54 Comments
Marilyn maketh, Marilyn taketh awayth.
Directed by MIKEY PLEASE
A year in the making, the full six minute stopmotion short features the voice of Josie Long, one zillion hand carved tiny things, literally tens of carved foam puppets, two eye fulls of in-camera, long-exposure light trickery and a pair of tiny dolphins, smooching.
Produced by - BLINK INDUSTRIES / HORNET FILMS
Filmed at - CLAPHAM ROAD STUDIOS
Executive Producers - PETER MEDLOCK / MICHAEL FEDER / BART YATES / MIKEY PLEASE
Produced by - JAN STEBBINS/ JAMES STEVENSON BRETTON / MIKEY PLEASE
Animated & Photographed by - MIKEY PLEASE / DAN OJARI
With animation from - TIM ALLEN / STEVEN WARNE
Music Composed by - BEN PLEASE / JOOLS SCOTT / BETHANY PORTER
Sound Design - ADAM JANOTA BZOWSKI
Voices - JOSIE LONG / JAMES STEVENSON BRETTON / THEODORA VAN DER BEEK / JOSEPHINE GALLAGHER
JEN NEWMAN / NADIA OH / KATY BEVERAGE / DAN OJARI
MIKEY PLEASE / CARMEN MASON / ANNA GINSBERG / LAURA BATEMAN / KIM SWALLOW
MIKEY PLEASE / LIZZY DALTON / JEN NEWMAN
NADIA OH / MIKEY PLEASE / JEN NEWMAN / DAN OJARI
ANDREW DOUGLAS FORBES / CATHERINE HURLEY
EMMA HOOPER / BENEDICT PLEASE
BETHANY PORTER / JOOLS SCOTT
IAN VORLEY / JAMES WATTS
AMADOU DIAGNE / MARIA DANISHVAR BROWN
BEN PLEASE / JACK SEDGWICK
SIMON HARRIS @ OFFSET AUDIO
YUSSEF COLE / ELISA CIOCCA / JON GALLAGHER
MARTY GEREN / RACHEl KWAK / MICHAEL LUZZI
JOEY McCORMICK / MIKEY PLEASE / LEANDRO SANTINI / TED WIGGIN
Developed at the JAPIC RESIDENCY with the JAPANESE MINISTRY FOR CULTRAL AFFAIRS
CAROLINE WATERLOW / DAN CHESTER / DAVE PROSSER / KEV HARWOOD /
GREG HALAMA / SANG JIN BAE / JACK ROBINSON / DITOGEAR# vimeo.com/101548973 Uploaded 424K Plays 6,001 Likes 115 Comments
Cupidiculous(2014) is a motion graphic project fusing 2D cel-animation and 3D techniques together. It conveys a humor story about Cupid, who makes Adam and Eve fall in love. But this act of love leads to overpopulation, overconsumption and global warming. So he has to find the way to fix these problems. Most characters and elements have been done in 3D but rendered as 2D flat vector look with poppy pastel, splashy and heightened color schemes. Then added more 2D liquid speed lines by drawing frame by frame. Even though laughter is the major objective, but Cupidiculous also delivers critical messages covertly. More or less audiences will get that with absolutely enjoyment.
2014 School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Art Student Film
Software : Cinema 4D/ Toonboom/ After Effects
Directed and Animated by Panop Koonwat
Music : Henry Homesweet
Sound design : Narin Kongkatavaethita
Winner Gold Cube The ADC 95th Annual Awards 2016
Jury Award MetroCAF 2014
FINALIST Adobe Awards 2014
FINALIST CG student awards 2015
FINALIST PISAF 2014 (Puchon International Student Animation Festival)
Official selection for Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2015
Official selection for Pictoplasma 2015
Official selection for Ottawa International Animation Festival 2015
Official selection for SIGGRAPH Asia 2014
Official selection for SPARK Animation Festival 2014
Nomination for Best screenplay, Best art design, Best original music and Best character animation for Aniwow! 2014 Awards
Best Super Short International from Monstra festival 2015
Official selection for Northwest Animation Festival 2015# vimeo.com/93013242 Uploaded 321K Plays 8,268 Likes 211 Comments
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