How many animations can you make on the head of a pin?? Well, here’s one…. Son Lux – Change is Everything. Advertisements Continue reading Pin Animation
A one minute animation of a poem “In the Dead of Winter” Continue reading Hot like Film Poetry
Betty Boop struggles to clear up after yesterday’s party. Fortunately, her inventor friend, Gramps, has some inventive ideas. I especially like way he deals with laundry. The sound and picture may seem a little dated and scratchy – but what do you expect from a lady who’s 80 years old? It’s still got energy and boop boopy boop. Continue reading Clearing up after the party – animation
A quick flick through a book of art made by Dreamworks animators in their spare time: vast range of graphic styles and illustration. Continue reading Fly through a book: “Moonshine: Dreamwork Artists after dark!”
Blog post from commaand.co on “Moonshine” a book of 49 animators and the work they make privately for themselves. Continue reading What art do animation artists love to make?
Here is my doodle animation inspired by the word “Workout.” Don’t blink or you’ll miss it; don’t turn up the sound, it’s silent. It’s very brief and simply made on mobile phone. It seems to be that I’m getting slower and slower to respond to the prompts. I wonder how you are getting on with them, if they are interesting or genuinely make you want … Continue reading Response to “Workout” prompt
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, screenwriters or producers on such diverse projects as “The Lego Movie”, “21 Jump Street”, “Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs”, TV’s “How I met your Mother” (3 episodes), “The Lego Batman movie“…. give a masterclass on screenwriting and producing. They break it up really well. So although they speak for 53 minutes, they’re worth hearing. They have a relaxed way … Continue reading Screenwriting Masterclass: Phil Lord and Chris Miller