Batman, Bane, Catwoman, Kung Fu and an ancient scroll all stir-fried in some amazing animation. The shapes and the timing are very impressive. Really really well done!!!
I like deep sea fish and stopmotion... this is both :D
Paranorman B-Roll #2 from Grow Film Company on Vimeo.
Paranorman B-Roll #3 from Grow Film Company on Vimeo.
Paranorman B-Roll #4 from Grow Film Company on Vimeo.
Paranorman B-Roll #5 from Grow Film Company on Vimeo.
The more I see the more I want to see. Laika is doing very well in outputting so much behind the scenes!
As usual the videogame legend Blizzard makes something beautiful and epic at the same time. The look is a lot more cartoony than previous works but the impressive detail and clear storytelling is one of the best out there. Very well done Blizzard!!!!
This image comes from the Cartoon Brew blog.
I want to share this because it is one of the reasons I love animation and cartooning...
Sometimes life can be very hard, there are many bumps along the road and the road is very long... However I have learned that if we keep doing what we need to do, with diligence, sacrifice and hard work, we will get where we want to be.
This little loop says so much with so little...Everything that is necessary to be told is easy to understand beyond words, languages and cultures...
March on everybody and never give up (even if you look goofy and you have a cherry bottom)!!!
Speaking of subliminal stuff this is quite a creepy one
Again, congratz to all my friends. The animation looks superb!!!
Very cute animation that depicts the image that kids have about God. Very very cute.
This cartoon has very good composition but the basic premise of it still doesn't works
Why? Because Chuck Jones wrote these simple rules for this cartoon and the people that are now working on it are really not taking them in consideration.
1. The Road Runner cannot harm the Coyote except by going "meep, meep."
2. No outside force can harm the Coyote -- only his own ineptitude or the failure of Acme products. Trains and trucks were the exception from time to time.
3. The Coyote could stop anytime -- if he were not a fanatic.
4. No dialogue ever, except "meep, meep" and yowling in pain.
5. The Road Runner must stay on the road -- for no other reason than that he's a roadrunner.
6. All action must be confined to the natural environment of the two characters -- the southwest American desert.
7. All tools, weapons, or mechanical conveniences must be obtained from the Acme Corporation.
8. Whenever possible, make gravity the Coyote's greatest enemy.
9. The Coyote is always more humiliated than harmed by his failures.
10. The audience's sympathy must remain with the Coyote.
11. The Coyote is not allowed to catch or eat the Road Runner.
(From Skwigly Podcast 03)
Simple Funny and to the point with the classic Star Wars reference :D
WARNING this video is VERY VERY CREEPY!!!! (but cool)
Lay back and relax, use and re use :D
Super super cute and very inspiring
2012 London Olympics Opening ceremony spoof
Veteran animation legend and industry game-changer John Kricfalusi has recently followed in the footsteps of similarly independent directors such as Bill Plympton to crowdfund “Cans Without Labels”, his latest short film project.
This is the absolute K.I.S.S. Keep It Simple And Short
Bill Plympton is the only animator that I know of that is still independent, working and happy.
A lot more power to you Bill
the animated tv show from the Frank Miller script. This could be nice
A big congratz to all of my friends that animated this!!!! It looks AWESOME!!!
I am extremely confused by this... is it for a game or a TV show?
Daniele Mieli's Experience:
Character Animator on the feature"The prophet", Vancouver.
Animation of the hero characters.
(Octobet 2013 to Present)
Character Animator at Sony Imageworks animation, Vancouver.
Animation of the Smurfs, duck and cat on the "Smurfs 2" film
(January 2013 to April).
Character Animator at Lucasfilm Feature animation, Singapore.
Lucasfilm Animated Feature
(March 2011 to October 2012).
Character animator at Double Negative, London.
Animation on the main character Paul
(March 2009 to July 2010)
Character animator at Double Negative, London.
Animation Iron Man and Whiplash .
(December 2009 to March 2010)
Character Animator at Ilion Animation Studios.
Animation on the main characters Lem, Chuck and all of the cast
(July 2008 to April 2009)
Chronicle of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Animator at MPC.
Animation of Centaurs, Fauns, Satyrs and Minotaurs.
(Sept 2007 to April 2008)
Admitted through Demo-Reel submission to PIXAR Animation Course taught by PIXAR Lead Animator Robert Podesta and PIXAR Animator Matt Majers.