‘Husky music video. Film was produced over the summer of 2015 in Berlin, and was hand crafted using puppets and miniature sets then finalised with compositing the 3D characters’
Here is a link to the original video on James Baxter’s own tumblr site.
Adam, a concept movie put together by Unity’s demo team and made using Unity 5.4 (with a new cinematic sequencer tool) rendered in real-time.
You can download a free personal version of Unity here
Since posting about pottery phonotropes I can’t get enough of physical zoetrope animations. Check out these amazing embroidered zoetrope animations by Elliot Schultz.
The 2013 installation involved the creation of 10″ discs embroidered with sequences of images that fit on standard turntables. Each piece was displayed with a standard strobe light that effectively brought the animation to life. The precision of the machine embroidery coupled with the texture of thread makes these really special to watch.
Game of Thrones has won the last four Emmys for outstanding visual effects, and “The Battle of the Bastards” is the show’s biggest VFX episode yet. VFX producer Steve Kullback and VFX supervisor Joe Bauer tell Variety’s David Cohen about the climax of their most difficult season yet.
Insider’s look at the real stunts that contributed to the shoot:
Norbert is a concept artist and illustrator from Romania.
Visit here for the Artstation profile.
Ryan Woodward’s animation work is something that we have featured here before, so here is another spectacular piece of movement animation from Ryan.
Check out more of his work on Vimeo here
Since we posted about the oldest animation in the world found in Iran on pottery, I thought it would be good to post on a more modern version of the technique.
Created as part of a collaboration between animator Jim Le Fevre and artists Al Johnstone and Roops from RAMP Ceramics, this whirling clay pot acts like an animated zoetrope when spun at a certain speed. The film was shot by Mike Paterson and Le Fevre discusses the process of building it over on his blog.
Title sequence for the James Bond film Spectre, directed by Daniel Kleinman and created by Framestore.
Read the full post about the sequences creation here