Animated Shorts & Hero's Journey & Inspiration & Learning

The Hero’s Journey according to Joseph Campbell – video by Matthew Winkler and Kirill Yeretsky

View the full video and lesson at: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-makes-… What trials unite not only Harry Potter or Frodo Baggins but many of literature’s most interesting heroes? And what do ordinary people have in common with these literary heroes? Matthew Winkler takes us step-by-step through the crucial events that make or break a hero. Lesson by Matthew Winkler, animation by Kirill Yeretsky.…

Inspiration

GHOST IN THE SHELL – REEL

The sequences and images in the reel represent a compilation of work created for the Ghost in the Shell live action film, which includes everything from animation tests to final assets implemented in the film. For more information and behind the scenes please visit – ashthorp.com/ghost-in-the-shell TEAM Director – Rupert Sanders Lead Concept Artist – Maciej Kuciara Lead Concept Artist – Vitaly Bulgarov Concept Artist/Designer – Ash Thorp Designer – Chris Bjerre Reel Editor – Franck Deron…

2 1/2 D & 2D & Animated Shorts & Animated Television & Cartoon Network & CG & Inspiration

Welcome To My Life | Cartoon Network Mini

Cartoon network Mini: Welcome To My Life Short about a day in the life of Douglas aka T-Kash, a monster trying to fit in at his high school. Elizabathe Ito says: My senior year project. An animated documentary about a family of monsters trying to lead a normal american life. The voices are really my family… This won the Producer’s Choice Award in the first Nicktoons Film Festival, was nominated for a Student Academy Award in 2004, and has been…

2D & Animated Shorts & Inspiration

Far The Days Come

Far The Days Come A tree fell and somewhere in a cold unknown land, man discovered fire. Fire saved man and comforted him. Time passed, trees kept falling and comfortable men fired to take further comfort in unknown lands. World has come a full circle. CREDITS: Directed By : Ram Singh Music By : Letter Box Art Lead : Samar Malik Artist : Gyanendra Singh, Govind Ram, Vikas Pundir Animation :Pinky Naskar , Nishant Kumar FX : Nishant Kumar Special…

2D & Hero's Journey & Inspiration & Learning

Winning the Story Wars – The Hero’s Journey

Here’s part two of the video series that accompanies Jonah Sachs’ new book, “Winning the Story Wars.” Discover how digital tools are returning humanity to a new oral tradition and what kinds of stories will work in this new era of empowerment marketing. Inspired by Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey, Sachs lays out a story model any brand or cause can use to get its message heard, and explains why stories must be not just told, but lived.…

Animated Commercials & CG & Inspiration

Action Method Promo

Studio in Almaty, Kazakhstan!!! This is our brand new animation promo! We hope you enjoy it. We are an animation studio with creative focus on 3d graphics, illustrations and digital interactive technology. We offer contemporary visual solutions for each specific goals of any complexity and style. We are always open for collaborations and new interesting projects. Behance Project: behance.net/gallery/49461645/Action-Method-Studio-Promo CREDITS: Directed by: Action Method Producer: Anton Parygin Art Direction: Anton Parygin, Alina Balgimbaeva Storyboard: Oleg Charukhin 2D & 3D Animation:…

Animated Titles & CG & Inspiration & VFX

IFCC 2017 Main Titles

Main Titles for the IFCC 2017 Concept Art Conference. An extremely ambitious project, only made possible by the collaboration between close friends, and the passion for what we do. The Film takes you on a metaphorical Journey towards self discovery. Process – vimeo.com/210234580 Full Project on Behance – behance.net/gallery/50748713/IFCC-2017-Main-Titles? IFCC 2017 Process from we|me:do on Vimeo. Credits: Direction/Animation: Sava Živković ———————– behance.net/SavaZivkovic Music/Sound Design: Iz Svemira ————————– behance.net/izsvemira Story: Sava Živković, Nebojša Jež, Milan NIkolić Concept Art: Milan NIkolić———————————– artstation.com/artist/milancho…

Animated Features & Behind the Scenes & CG & Inspiration & VFX

Making of A Monster Calls (Animation Sequence)

More than two years ago, Glassworks Barcelona teamed up to direct and craft the two animated stories embedded in “A Monster Calls”, J. A. Bayona’s new movie, based in the homonymous novel by Patrick Ness. Two metaphorical fables that help understanding episodes of reality that are difficult to explain through traditional narrative. After all this time, and despite the research work done, it’s also very complicated for us to put in words what this experience has meant. This project enabled…

2D & Action Analysis & Anim Talk & Animated Television & Behind the Scenes & Cartoony & Geek Stuff & Genndy Tartakovsky & Inspiration & Learning & Limited Anim

The Artistry Of ‘Samurai Jack’

If you were watching Cartoon Network in the late ’90s and early 2000s, you probably have Genndy Tartakovsky to thank for some of your favorite cartoons. But one of his cartoons stands above the rest as a visual and animated masterpiece — “Samurai Jack.” With it’s unique drawing style, distinct minimalist feel, and perfectly choreographed action sequences “Samurai Jack” has gone down as a seminal work in cartoon history. Never having received the ending it deserved, “Samurai Jack” is finally…

2D & Animated Features & Animation History & Behind the Scenes & Inspiration & Ralph Bakshi

The World of Ralph Bakshi

Before The Simpsons, before Family Guy, and before Sausage Party, there was Ralph Bakshi, who remains of the most distinct voices in all of animation, and who helped popularize mainstream adult-oriented animated features in the West. Let’s take a few minutes to dive in and explore the worlds he created. Press the CC button for film titles. Further Reading- They Don’t Make Them Like Ralph Bakshi Anymore: Interview by Marc Spitz- http://bit.ly/1MCVtsa Inner City Hues: The Ralph Bakshi Q&A by…

Animated Commercials & Buck & CG & Inspiration

Buck’s Sherwin-Williams “Safari”

In 2009, we were asked by our friends at McKinney to explore a world made of color, literally. The Sherwin colors themselves are the cast of their own story of infinite possibility, taking us places that spark our sense of curiosity, exploration, and expression. The campaign’s success has brought a level of charm and nostalgia to the brand through quiet storytelling, a respite from the cacophony or modern advertising. After over a dozen iterations of the campaign, We continue to…