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Onir, that short was amazing. Made me :'[ and : D in just 3 minutes
"A drawing is not necessarily academic because it is thorough, but only because it is dead. Neither is a drawing necessarily academic because it is done in what is called a conventional style, any more than it is good because it is done in an unconventional style. The test is whether it has life and conveys genuine feeling."- Harold Speed
WOW!!!That was my first time ever hearing some of The Beatles music also,I kind of liked it.
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The animation in this one isn't as inspirational as the events that occur. I'm not a huge fan of this particular anime series, but this scene gets me every time.
This just goes to show you can never take a medium to far, or far enough. Pixilation at it's best:
Also, a making of interview!:
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I was really pleased watching this after stumbling on it totally by chance :
Very clever on all accounts and AMAZING visuals. You don't see student movies of this caliber often.
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I have several that always seem to inspire but if I happen to have a particular mood I am going for in a piece I really like some of the animations done by Tomek Baginski, here are two below.
Katerdra (Cathedral) Sci-fi and all round magical. Very atmospheric also.
Fallen Art (Funny)
And the most recent is blood trail. This was done by The Nathan Love Team. Extreme gore, you have been warned =3
Also this just popped up while I was searching Vimeo, pretty funny actually.
I always check the Gobelins site every year, they update it with their latest finished films annually.
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Wow a ton of really amazeing things in here, not much for animation but I always enjoy this short film.
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and Simon Bogojevic Narath's - Leviathan (2006) looks interesting
It's in DVD, somewhere?
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