Today’s animated short film is most enjoyable, and comes in just under five minutes. It’s an super-cute (yeah, I said that) story about a little goth girl who summons a demon from hell to help do away with her blond, popular arch-nemesis. Unfortunately, the demon was not quite what the littlest goth was expecting.
This video is the thesis of Phillip Simon in collaboration with Alyse Miller, done at Ringling College of Art and Design, Florida.
It’s the Friday before a long weekend, and that means we’re shutting down and heading for a sunny patio for a boozy lunch in less than an hour. Did I ever mention that I love my job?
While you’re cooped up indoors, why check out todays short film; Sight? It was made by two students – Eran May-raz and Daniel Lazo – as their graduation project from Bezaleal Academy of Arts. The concept is clever, giving us an ominous peek into what the future might be like.
Happy Long Weekend Pride!!
Watching this award-winning short film, I knew within the first few seconds that this was our post for the day. The stop-motion video is dark, sad, yet humourous. But the most amazing part is that it was created with all white scalpel-cut figures.
Directed by Michael Please, the short film tackles the subject of time, and how it speeds up as you age. This is eight minutes that you don’t want to miss. Hope your coffee is full.
Happy Friday! I’m heading down to Seattle today for my #2DaysinSeattle excursion so this is a short post.
Today’s video is called The Wolf I Used to Be and was created by Nearly Normal Creative Production Studio. (Check out their site. They do some pretty neat stuff.) Pay attention to the detail in this video. The amount of work that must have gone into the film is almost hard to grasp. It’s all stop-motion and everything is built out of paper. It was a collaborative effort where many different artists would work on the project, some for longer than others. The result is magnificent.
Enjoy your weekend.