Happy Mother’s Day to mums everywhere. Here’s a little bit of stop motion cuteness.
For your weekend viewing here is a simple but effective serving of stop-motion from Sumo Science. Smashing!
Here’s a treat for you all! Brazilian animator Paulo Passaro got in touch in the comments thread on this blog. He was cool and generous enough to share an animated music video he’d been working on. As soon as we saw it we loved the collision of different animation techniques and the bitter-sweet story. If you have any animation you’d like to share with us to show on this blog just get in touch!
Hey there, 2014 is just around the corner, so we thought we’d take a quick canter through the most popular posts of 2013.
The top three most popular posts were:
3. Pub Dog
1. Thriller In Lego
Not the most popular, but here are a couple of our personal favourites:
If you had a favourite that wasn’t included let us know in the comments below.
Here’s to a great 2014!
Cartoon Food are running a limited service over the holiday period. While we take a break to finish off the rest of those mince pies kick back and enjoy this musical interlude with U900. Take it away guys!
Western Spagehetti is another stop-motion animated gem from the awesome PES. We love it!
We’re turning the cuteness dial up to 11, so get ready for the adorable U900 playing us out with Sleigh Bells…Ho ho ho!
I know it’s our yule-week, but to not share this brick animation of Michael Jackson dancing, well, it would just be criminal. Each lego piece was lovely animated by Annette Jung of Talking Animals. Ow!
Just reminding everyone about our Try Out Tuesday. The competition opened last week and we’re looking for cool animations between 10-30 seconds based on the theme of ‘holidays’.
Here’s the rules…
1. The TRY OUT theme is ‘Holidays’
2. Deadline for Final submissions is 6th January 2014.
3. Duration is 10-30 seconds.
4. Entrants should upload their videos to youtube/vimeo and post their links on this blog’s comment thread or post it directly to our Facebook page (you’ll find the ‘like’ button on our site).
And to stoke those creative ember, we’ve delved into the archives to bring you this animation from Christmas past. The level of detail is fantastic. Joseph Peller hand-painted all of the figures and props in this stunning slice of stop-motion.