Illustrations by Nicholas Stevenson nicholasstevenson.tumblr.com/
Animated by Carlos de Faria, Peter Dodd, Peter Baynton
Additional animation by Tom Rourke and John O'Connor
Artworking by Beth Carson, Nefeli Petika and Tom Rourke
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
I had the opportunity to once again team up with the awesome team at The Academy. Working with Director Colin Hesterly, I brought the stunning designs of Dan Matutina to life and the end result is a beautifully fluid ode to a simpler time; referencing things like The Worlds Fair and Disneyland's World of Tomorrow. Hoping to make the world a better place through the magic of animation, paired with the message of love, I hope you enjoy the result as much as we enjoyed the process.
A sizzling summer home grown special.
Cream tease is a 2D film that is set in the 80’s during the height of a hot summer. Innuendo abound, this isn’t for the faint of heart, but it all wraps up not as you would initially expect.