The Unusual Discoveries of Captain Turkey Nose Lesson1 from BenniSteptoe on Vimeo.
Wealthy in all aspects, this eccentric captain is, - mainly on unexpected events...
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Judge Dredd Superfiend from Junquera Brothers on Vimeo.
ANIMATED FEED: PANDEMONIO
P A N D E M O N I O from pixelpongo on Vimeo.
Pandemonio is a kaleidoscope of monsters, animals and other strange creatures brought to life by the primitive and franzied pace of Zu's music. Each figure is made by overlapping felt circles. The animation is obtained by moving, resizing and painting every circle without deforming its perfect shape. Have fun!
ANIMATED FEED: A BOY AND HIS KITE
A Boy and His Kite: An Animated Short from Unreal Engine on Vimeo.
The Kite open world demo created in Unreal Engine 4 features a diverse and beautifully realized 100 square mile landscape. Everything is generated completely in real-time at 30fps and includes fully dynamic direct and indirect illumination, cinematic depth of field and motion blur, and procedurally placed trees and foliage. Get Unreal and get going for free at www.unrealengine.com.
In The Tall Grass - Short horror animation film from Alexii Muftoll on Vimeo.
Joseph is mentally deviated. He is a prisoner of his own flat and always in permanent war with his own mind.
Pinched from David Vandervoort on Vimeo.
A pickpocket scours the subway at the command of his inner demons, but when a chance encounter with fate brings a long-lost love back into his life, he must defy the voices in his head and choose a righteous path.
FIRST DATE from Joseph Bennett on Vimeo.
A collaboration between myself and Matt Furie
Lost and Found from jeff scher on Vimeo.
“Lost and Found” is an animated valentine to my favorite early animators. The perverse idea of rotoscoping animation revealed the pleasure of drawing as if with the hands of the early masters. My hand and my head learned lots. In this kind of animation there is a giddy joy in the possibility of (literally) anything on the screen coming alive and joining in the general chaos. Unlike most of today’s feature animations, which seek to make the incredible credible, these animations celebrate the incredibleness of the worlds they drew, resulting in a kind of vaudeville surrealism.
ANIMATED FEED: EIGHTY FIVE - SPRING
Eighty Five - Spring (Music Video) from Eighty Five on Vimeo.
Eighty Five - Spring