This incredible reel is an older showreel from animator Cameron Fielding back in 2008. Since then he has gone on to work for Dreamworks and ILM, on such exciting projects as Transformers 2, How To Train Your Dragon and Megamind.
Fielding had come from a background in game animation, working on Turok and Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
He has also recently returned to games working on DOTA 2 as key animator, and is currently working at Valve creators of the infamous Half-Life and Portal series.
An updated reel (2011) can be found here
Rodeo FX delivered 126 visual effects shots for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, including many featured creatures and their environments, the magical reconstruction of a destroyed room, and MACUSA – the elaborate headquarters of the wizarding world.
Check out more of their work here
Having previously contributed to the Harry Potter films, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was a great chance for Cinesite to revisit the wizarding world of J.K. Rowling and bring the magic from script to screen.
Vitaliy Shushko — art, story, directing (shushko.blogspot.ru/)
Elena Volk — 2d/3d-animation, compositing (vimeo.com/xolotzintli)
Pavel Mira — compositing, 3d-modeling, 3d-animation (facebook.com/pavel.andrushenko?fref=ts)
Denis Pisarev — compositing, 3d-modeling (vimeo.com/user3263313)
Timur Gibadulin — 3d-modeling (artstation.com/artist/gogigogigovich)
Viktor Gullichsen — music (soundcloud.com/vstorm)
Henri Keinala — music
DZA — additional music (soundcloud.com/dza)
Thomas Karagiannis — additional music (thomaskaragiannis.com)
Juhana Vihervaara — sound design
Tomas Ihonen — sound design
Florian Calmer — additional sound design (hypnago.com)
Vasili Zorin — (zorinvasili.tumblr.com/)
Pavel Vasin — (pagatcha.deviantart.com/)
Nadya Mira — (vimeo.com/nadyamira)
Ilya Shekiladze — (shekiladze.tumblr.com/)
A man has been looking for his shoes, shoes which fit him, but he cannot move because of his lost shoes. Although he tries to walk with someone else’s shoes, the shoes take control of him.
Shoes are necessary to walk on the ground. In order to walk in your own style, you need to find the shoes that fit only you.
So, the shoes he stole and also the stolen his shoes will never fit anyone.
A film by Noriko Ishibe
Sound Design Riley Wong (vimeo.com/rileyw)
Production Notes of this film
“Borrowed Time” is an animated short film, directed by Andrew Coats & Lou Hamou-Lhadj, and produced by Amanda Deering Jones. Music by Academy Award winner Gustavo Santaolalla.
Hamou-Lhadj worked as a character artist on Pixar movies such as Wall-E and Toy Story 3, while Coats worked on Brave and The Good Dinosaur. They made this short in their spare time at Pixar over the past 5 years.
A fantastic film that deserves a greater look at the depth and sheer creative force of the animators and artists that worked so hard to bring this film to life.