Big Game is an animated short film created by six students from the Animation School in Cape Town in South Africa. Directed in 8 months, this film by Matthew Furnell, Jarrod Hasenjäger, Miro Kolenic, Romy latters, Aarin Lehmkuhl and Sarah Scrimgeour tells the story of a lonely monster named Bobo, thinking to spend his birthday alone until the arrival of a hunter in search of prey. More after the jump.
Oru Burus is a short animated film developed by Anton Brand, William Klein, Charlotte Quillet and Raphael Théolade for their diploma at school Supinfocom. Narrating the story of a young king he had lost control on the sun, the beautiful and colorful creation is to discover images in the future.
Celebrating the magic of the holiday season, Cartier asked Bibo Bergeron to direct this beautiful animated video called Winter Tale. A walk in the 1920s with a baby panther in a snowy Paris to discover in vidéo in the article.
Two years after its conception, and after 9 price and various appearances in 50 festivals, short films Tuurngait created by Paul-Emile Boucher, Remy Dupont, Benjamin Flouw, Mickaël Riciotti and Alexander Toufaili for Supinfocom scholarship is finally visible online. Discover more in this beautiful animated video telling the story of an Inuit child away from his village captivated by a strange bird.
Nicolas Ménard made this great animation for its first year project at the Royal College Of Art. With a very special and surprising color choices with style, Somewhere is a gem of animation, a metaphor for the lack of a person across the distance. To discover in the future.
Andy Martin imagines short animated videos very colorful and cheerful. Here is the ninth planet imagined here with a great video ‘Planet Nine’, offering a pop universe, carried out under the ongoing project ‘Illustrated Aliens’. To discover in the future.
Pingo van der Brinkloev is a Danish artist and VFX expert who invites us to discover a superb animation video It’s Paper , containing several 3D animation sequences. Simulating paper cities, this very successful creation was made possible thanks to Cinema4D software. To discover in the future.
For the last episode of the season, Fubiz TV Issue 22 invites you to discover an exclusive interview with director Bruno Aveillan. Find the best of the graphics and this interview in a video to discover in the following article. See you soon for a new Fubiz TV season.
Platform to create & share infographics Visual.Ly asked Al Boardman to make animation “For the this nice video Love of mountains” visually representing the great mountains of the world , from Kilimanjaro to Everest . To discover in the article.
For the music video of the song Celeste, Ezra Vine calls the designer and animator Robert Wallace and Jonatan Jönsson in to make an animation representing a strange faceless figure in a kind of quest that we do not see the end. A great video to discover later in the article.
The Mega Plush, is the name of a short 3D animation film directed by Matt Burniston in which a band of superheroes faces malicious band SOC, Society of Chimps . Mixing with talent fluff animal and superhero movies , the creation of high quality is to discover in video in the future.
Here is the new C2C music video illustrating the music Delta. With an incredible quality video animation achieved by the collective CRCR , this creation combines perfectly music and images. A clip to discover later in the article, followed by a series of wallpapers to download exclusively on Fubiz.
On the occasion of its TV channel exclusively dedicated to the series Canal+ Series this video by Bot42 to animation shows with talent key visual elements of series such as Mad Men, Dexter, Platane, Hannibal or the Big Bang Theory. To discover in the article.
Masanobu Hiraoka, a member of studio Je Regarde, has made this incredible video animation simply called Land. With music and sound design signed Aimar Molero, this colorful and dynamic creation allows us to escape the time of a few minutes. To discover in the future.
Also known under the pseudonym Kurzgesagt, Philipp Dettmer has created this wonderful animated video “How Evolution Works” which seeks to explain the theory of the evolution in the space of ten minutes. With pedagogical aim , this creation combines aesthetics and about to unveil some of the mechanisms of evolution. More after the jump.