Pedro Eboli created and directed this segment for the collective film “Cospe ou Engolervilha”, organized by animatorMarcelo Marão.
We’re as giddy as a kid on a waterslide. It looks ace.
If the rest of the film’s like this we’ll have two tickets for the screening (row four, aisle seats please, we’re very particular).
Happy weird weekend! So we’ve thrown our line out into the great ocean of animation and hooked ourselves this deliriously surreal gem from Chinese animator Lei Lei.
The beginning of a new year is a time to refocus and look forward to the year ahead. We started this site as a way to collect and share some of the awesome animation out there. Our mantra is ‘All Animation, All the time’. Great animation is our only remit: if it’s animated and it’s great it’s in.
In 2014 we want to continue to show the very best animation on the web, but we also want to go behind the screen and meet the talent who create it. They might be an established animation studio, a new collective of animators, or a talented teenager just discovering animation.
Finally, we don’t want to just be a place where animators talk to animators. We want to share cool stuff with anyone who loves animation as much as we do. This is a party where everyone’s invited.
Talking of parties, take a look at Loopdeloop Dance Party. This great collaborative animation project had 100 contributors in all!
In this great animated graduate film from Richard Phelan an ambitious Beaver finds out that some dreams are too big. Worth keeping in mind when making those New Year’s Resolutions!
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!
The Christmas fairies have delivered the best present ever! After a brief hiatus, ok almost a year, the Edd’s World crew are back with a new animation! Yay! The natural order of youtube has been restored. Never, ever do that to us again. Please.
In this behind the scenes video the creator of Simon’s Cat explains the origin of his hit youtube animation and also talks about the cats that continue to inspire the series.
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!
Something for the weekend? The Line, an award winning London based animation collective, have produced this perfectly observed piece animation.