Are you a fan of Breaking Bad, Street Fighter and kick ass animation? Don’t you wish you could combine them all in one great spot? Well, you’re in luck! Check this out.
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.
Introducing Cartoon Food TV’s weird weekends. Every weekend we’ll post some of the strangest animations we’ve found, so if you’re into stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into the usual categories and is just, well, weird you know where to find us.
First up is this wonderfully odd animation by Chris Harding about ‘A moose-pilot’s anxiety dream unfolds into an 8-bit long legged rave up in the sky.’ Yes, we think this qualifies…
We’re throwing the spotlight on some exciting Japanese and Chinese animation today. First up is this delicious first person animated short by Takuya Hosogane. The timing, colours music and intricacy of the animation is stunning. You can almost taste the food!
Here’s a super-cool slice of cgi animation from Tremel Animation, two animators from Argentina. The character animation, texturing, timing, design and visual storytelling are all fantastic.
Lego Animators Assemble!
We don’t know about you, but at Cartoonfood.tv we’re loving what we’ve seen of the new LEGO movie. Animated largely with real LEGO bricks in stop-motion, albeit enhanced, we suspect, with a large dollop of CGI animation, it’s a screwball adventure featuring all the best loved LEGO toys from 1980’s something spaceman to batman.
It is like a mega-mega-mega-MEGA-budget version of the LEGO fan created movies that have exploded all over youtube. So today, we salute those fans and we celebrate their crazy ambition. Heck, these aspiring auteurs might not have the budget of the LEGO Movie, but that won’t stop them from making their LEGO movies. Their cast maybe small, but there is no limit to their imagination!
…Too much build up for the humble LEGO fan film?
Ladies, gentlemen, master builders, we give you the Spartan War, in LEGO: