A curious fox goes in search of an elusive whale. A tale of longing and discovery.
Fox And The Whale is an independently produced and self-financed Animated Short Film. The film was shortlisted for the 90th Oscars and is a nominee for the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards. If you are interested in supporting you can buy the Art of book & film package here gumroad.com/patchoforange
Directed and Produced by : Robin Joseph
Character Animation, Models, Rigs : Kim Leow
Character Rig ( Fox ) : Louis Vottero
Music : John Poon
Design, Storyboards, Backgrounds, 2D anim, VFX
Comp, Edit, Foley & Sound Design : Robin Joseph
I’m so incredibly proud to present “Animals”, a two-volume, 57-song collection of Palaxy Tracks music to benefit The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya. What started as a simple vanity project — collecting rare and previously-unreleased Palaxy Tracks music from the last 20 years — turned into one of the most important projects I’ve ever worked on.
More info: https://palaxytracks.com/
This release is something of an experiment. An attempt to turn Palaxy Tracks into a non-profit of sorts. (Believe me, I’m fully aware of the irony in that statement.) The idea: future releases will be produced as modestly as possible, and all proceeds will go directly to a partner charity or trust.
In an effort to help bring attention to this project (and, I’ll admit, make the process a bit less lonely and a LOT more fun), I put out an open invite to all of my talented friends to cover the Palaxy Tracks song of their choice, with the hope that I could get enough covers back to sprinkle into the collection or offer as bonus material.
To my surprise I ended up getting 25 unimaginably wonderful submissions, all of which I’m excited to say are included in ”Vol 1: The Covers”.
This video has Martin Ruby all over it. The cover song he chose was from our very first “proper” release, Caught by a New Invention. “The Lucky Ones” is a song I wrote in 1994 about my mother’s long battle with cancer. Martin took the original and turned it into the sound of a faded memory. He handled all animation and production for the video.
We had some pretty crazy time creating this fun piece for Milko, chocolate milk. The spirit of christmas through a crazy non stop monologue about elves, vampires, talking candy, calculating the percentage of people still believing in Santa and a kind warning not to fly too high with your ears during xmas time!