A story for that times (always), that all you need is a friend that understands you, and not treat you like a specie for vitrine.
That the story of Pierre the non fashionable parrot, that gets lucky when escape form his fashionable pirate and eaten by a shark, and then … nice things is happen
Director – Mads Weidner, http://www.madsweidner.blogspot.dk/
Technical Director – Aske Nielsen, http://askenielsen.dk/
Art Director – Gustaf Georg Lindström, http://www.gustaflindstrom.com/
Production Manager – Anne Torp, http://annetorp.blogspot.dk/
CG Generalist – Fah Anuntasomboon, http://fahanuntasomboon.blogspot.dk/
Rigging – Laura Andersen, http://laurafirepower.blogspot.dk/
Animation Lead – Marion Strunck, http://mstrunck.blogspot.com/
Animator – Mie Pedersen, http://miefrankpedersen.blogspot.dk/
Character Design – Stine Andersen, http://stinehda.blogspot.dk/
Mars its a kind of “hot” this days. There’s a lot of talk about when and how we might all move to Mars, so educator Mari Foroutan and director Nick Hilditch, create the vector animation : Could we actually live on Mars?, to answer some questions in under 5 minutes.
Educator Mari Foroutan
Director Nick Hilditch
A sandwich not for everyone taste, although good looking, is made by animator PES as a stop-motion flick. It take place in an old-fashioned deli, where lunch is made from old style things (literally). We ‘ll have a Yellow Submarine, extra crunchy and this time with no Beatles in it.
Written and Directed by PES
Animated by Dillon Markey and PES
Director of Photography: Eric Adkins
Edited by Sam Welch
Produced by Sarah Phelps
Production Design by Hannah Alpert
Sound Design by Sam Welch and PES
Final Audio Mix by Nathan Ruyle
Co-Producer: Gregory Stern
Associate Producers: Michael Z. Gordon
Fabrication/Prop Alterations by Melissa Bloom
Sub Model Fabrication: Pretty in Plastic
Branding Design: Heidi Berg
Lead Carpenter: Ben Richards
Additional Set Dressing: Nate Lay
VFX Supervisor: Cam Leeburg
DCP: Chainsaw Edit
Special Thanks: Mark Soares, NIKON, and our 1114 Kickstarter backers
Filmed in Inglewood, Los Angeles, CA
Babel, introduced Charles Burns to us 20 years ago. Babel & Parapente had closed, and never see again Charles Burns work. But when i saw the first image of this video, i new exactly who it was, and what i expected to see: a black and white contribution to the horror anthology.
The story goes like this:
A loner stumbles upon the girl of his dreams, but his childhood twists his reality.
Illustrator Charles Burns’ (Black Hole, X’ed Out)
Fryza studio had create this little animated advertisement for KawePale, not exactly in a very common style but in a really good style. Lets hope that will see more animated advertisement, especially if they had character, like this one. ( i wonder how he persuade the customer to avoid a huge logo :)