Konichiwa! Coming up next on the Cartoon Food carousel is another adorable cover version from that cute knitted duo, U900. Here’s their take on the Michael Jackson classic, I Want You Back!
Question: does the Dog wag the tail or does the tail wag the Dog?
Lovingly animated in 2 and a half D by the Talking Animals Studio, this tale of a Dog literally chasing his tail has the answer, sort of! A treat for animation and dog lovers everywhere!
The original Chipotle commercial pioneered the trend for brands to use groundbreaking animation that we see continuing with the much hyped John Lewis christmas spot. It’s use of stop motion gave it a completely unique tone and look. Watch this fascinating behind the scenes video, as it takes us through the variety of techniques from 3D pre-viz to stop motion via 3D printing, to see meticulous process involved in bringing this beautifully crafted animation to the screen.
We’re excited to announce a new, hopefully, regular feature on Cartoon Food TV. We call it Try Out Tuesdays. Every tuesday we’ll throw out a challenge to our readers to create an animated short. Each week we’ll drop a different theme word that the animation should be based on. Everything else is up to you. It could be stop-motion, flash, it just has to be animated.
1. As this is the first ever TRY OUT the theme word has to be ‘Food’
2. Deadline will be next Monday and the winner/s will be revealed next Tuesday.
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).
For inspiration, check in through out the day, as we’ll be posting some amazing food themed animation!
If Escher had directed Pop videos this brain-twister of an animated promo is what it might have looked like. The brilliant use of repetition, as well as the deliberate breaking of that repetition, plus the jarring mix of surreal and real, never-minding what must have been a lot of meticulous planning, all remind us strongly of Michel Gondry at his very best.
From ridiculous to the sublime, take a look and this beautifully produced animated music video by directing duo Karni and Saul. The mixture of 2D and 3D is stunning. The whole video has a surreal, whimsical picture book quality that matches the track perfectly.
Continuing our LEGO Movie theme, we’ve taken a look at Brick Film parodies of famous Movies. There’s some awesome work out there, but this one of the Matrix really caught our eye. Unfortunately, we can’t tell you what LEGO Matrix is, you have to see it for yourself!