arielvictor:

ME & THEM :

Lou and his two brothers are on a camping trip.

An adventure of crossing a distance.

From Craig Murray:

This Charity Campaign called “Beads of Courage” was produced for the Child Cancer Foundation. Our star is a very brave 8 year old girl named Quinn, and each bead represents a procedure she has had to endure in the past year, she has over 850 !!!!… Needless to say, it was a very humbling experience.

manicfelicity:

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my latest short: “It’s called “Moon”“

hope you’ll like it!

molkerton:

cute elements

Arcadia is the playful utopia of eternal childhood.

Arcadia is a four week project made with the support of the Digital Culture Center in Mexico City. The film is animated traditionally, colored with markers and composited in After Effects.

asexualsatyr:

my long overdue grad film post!!

A young student has to contend with social and gender anxiety on a daily basis, but they aren’t as alone as they think.

Hand-drawn animation in Ink on paper + TVPaint for timing and compositing.

I pulled a lot from my experiences as both a non-binary trans person and as someone with anxiety and depression, so this film is really important to me. I still have a long way to go technique-wise but as long as I can develop and show my ideas to everyone, then I think I can be happy with my work

enjoy!

We just launched a short sci-fi web series called Ozmat, and it would be awesome if we could get some eyes on it! Check out more at Ozmat.org

prosperuh:

Final film for my degree!

Finished this a couple of days ago and have spent my remaining time getting it all ready for hand in. This project took almost four months, with a bit of time off in the middle to go home to where I live in France. It’s mixture of rotoscoped footage, which I shot and animated my self, and 3D rendered backgrounds, which I made in a rather obscure program called DAZ 3D. 

The film itself is pretty surreal, it’s about a guy who is abducted by an airport. Maybe not everyone’s cup of tea, I’m sure!

But if you’ve got three minutes, why not give it a try? 

(Source: radcomrad.com, via radcomrad)