1. As Lulu graduates from the Hero Academy, he finally gets the chance to prove himself a hero to the society that has always doubted him. He sets off on an epic journey to slay the legendary and terrifying dragon. But to his great despair, his sweet and over-caring grandma decides to join him, and what should have been an epic journey full of freedom, blood and beautiful ladies becomes a family trip that will test Lulu’s nerves to their very limit.

    Film blog: grandmashero.tumblr.com/

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    GRANDMA’S HERO was made by a team of 3rd year Character Animation & CG Art students at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark. Check out the individual student’s blogs at the links below to learn more about the talent behind the film!

    Ben Ozeri
    Director/Animation/Character Design/Stoyboard – benozeriportfolio.blogspot.com

    Corentin Monnier
    Director/Animation/Storyboard/Character Design – corentinmonnier.blogspot.com

    Rune F. B. Hansen
    Art Director/Concept/Layout/Background – runefbhansen.blogspot.dk

    Morten Lund Thulstrup
    Concept Artist/Background/Layout/Production Management – portfolio.mortenlt.com

    Sofie Kaas-Larsen
    Animation Lead/Storyboard/Production Management -

    Michelle Tolo
    Technical Art Director/Concept/Layout/Background – michelletolo.tumblr.com

    Max Jarl Christiansen
    Background Painter/Concept/Layout/Editing – maxjarlchristiansen.carbonmade.com

    Rachel Schmieg
    Animator/Character Design/Story Development – rachelschmiegportfolio.blogspot.dk
    Troels Hald Brusen
    Animator - Brusen.info

    Marylou Mao
    Animator – maryloumao.tumblr.com

    Cristina Bojesen
    Animator - cristinabojesen.tumblr.com

    Mathias Valiant
    Composer - hanvaliant.com/

    Johan Petersen
    Composer - hanvaliant.com/

    Jamie Louis Thurman
    Sound Designer - jamielouis.com/

    Kristoffer Sztuk
    Sound Designer - kristoffer.sztuk.com/

    Additional Work by:
    Jonas Scott Di Hu

    Sidione Vidal

    Juliettte Viger

    Nicole Fortes

    Camilla Smidt

    Louise Gregersen

    Antoine JLL Lefevre

    Laura Højberg Kunov

    Louise Emilie Hovgård

    Mario Stefan Grosu

    Julese Garreau

    # vimeo.com/154208352 Uploaded 59K Plays 18 Comments
  2. Production
    La Sarraz Pictures

    A project by

    Written and Directed
    Marta Palazzo & Lorenzo Latrofa

    Marta Palazzo
    Pamela Poltronieri
    Daniele Scali

    Massimiliano di Lauro
    Lorenzo Latrofa

    Arturo Leone
    Lorenzo Latrofa

    Digital ink & Paint
    Pamela Poltroniera
    Giovanna Lopalco

    Music & sound design
    Danilo Caposeno

    Eva Rutica

    # vimeo.com/147467503 Uploaded 12.3K Plays 24 Comments
  3. Mythical Mondays was a year long animated gif project that celebrates the folklore surrounding mythological creatures from all over the world. Over the course of one year, I created 52 different animations–one per week–each representing a different and unique and myth.


    Animation: Greg Gunn
    Sound design & Music: Adam Sanborne

    Creators Project - thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/animations-that-go-bump-in-the-night
    Giphy Artist Interview - giphy.com/posts/artist-interview-greg-gunn/

    # vimeo.com/151205483 Uploaded
  4. A small love letter to Design and Animation.

    This year I started as an independent Designer and Animator, so I decided to create something which was dedicated to the job I truly love doing. In addition to this, I combined it with a personal touch to tell something about myself a bit as well.

    Hope you 'love' it!

    Script, Design and Animation: Dennis Hoogstad - dennishoogstad.nl
    Music and Sound Design: Ulrich Troyer - ulrichtroyer.com

    # vimeo.com/110086364 Uploaded 85.9K Plays 116 Comments
  5. The 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the 'old men' of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Of course they weren't old men at the time, but young men who were at the forefront of exciting discoveries that were contributing to the development of a new art form. These principles came as a result of reflection about their practice and through Disney's desire to use animation to express character and personality.
    This movie is my personal take on those principles, applied to simple shapes. Like a cube.
    Check also the animated gif gallery here the12principles.tumblr.com/.

    # vimeo.com/93206523 Uploaded 1.4M Plays 247 Comments


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