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    this thread should b rated 5 stars already



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    I don't know what made her so angry but it was hilarious to watch her do it hahahah

    "Creativity emerges only when the imagination is given the freedom it deserves."
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    my inspiration:

    Neo City from Hao on Vimeo.



    The Cat Piano from PRA on Vimeo.





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    Wow The Cat Piano is just incredible. Thanks!

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    edit: cheers egerie, your link is much clearer.
    http://www.gobelins.fr/galerie/animation/index2002.htm

    From yonkers ago, one of the very first animation, Jurranesic



    Time to Google update info on the artist/crew.

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    Sweet 5 star thread now I watched Spirited Away for the first time tonight and the movie took my breathaway...

    Anyways came across Terry Gilliam's work and love it! As well Satoshi Kon's work. I'm very fond to Paranoia Agents opening. His short for Ani Kuri 15 was aweeesome!

    This Gobelins annual anthology every year should be seen by more people D: I haven't even heard of it up till today this stuffs great! Ohh neat these guys are students? Looks like it's a school. Damn dude!






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    I'm spechless...



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    Another one posted in the art general discussion.



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    This is great thread! It's very inspiring to see all these wonderful animations! Allow me to make some contributions also:

    A classic stop-motion animation by Yuri Norstein:


    Chinese animation in the 1980s were at its best. This is an example. But nowadays they just copy other countries... so sad


    Here's a Japanese animator at work:


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    The animation is imagination of your bounded certain ideas which have born every second in our mind.so, how do all of you think about that Imagination!...

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    Is that guy animating in photoshop!?!?!?!?!?!?

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    Oh man I'm so pumped this thread is still going!

    Dy.laneA I LOVE that piece. Williams is just too good.

    Anyways, one of my favorite studios, Cartoon Saloon, who's Secret of Kells was just nominated for the Oscar, released a visual trailer for their next feature! I eagerly await it.


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    Armobot: Yuri is amazeing! I love his stuff!

    Bendragon: Looks like it, was really cool seeing him at work checking and rechecking everything.

    Katezila: Ya he is amazeing, left a nice gift for all the animators to study. I gota check out Secret of Kells. Be cool if it cmae here for a limited theater reales

    peter foldes "Hunger"





    Really admire Mamoru Hosoda for his films "The Girl who Leapt Though Time" and "Summer Wars" infact summer wars was basically the thing that made me go. "I wana do this!"

    Here is an ending he directed for an anime, I really like the simple idea and design. He handles alot of things this way




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    I'm really surprised I havnt shared this yet considering I watch it very frequently. Same guy directing it Mamoru Hosoda.



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    Woah, zwarrior - that video is CRAZY. I love it.

    This one always inspires me.



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    Hozen: ya Cannabis is sweeeet!

    *Edit SweeeeeeT my cry out to the great Davi got this stickied

    Ughhh can't stop watching this one. Love this kind of stuff. Very simple idea's explored in a very different and effective way whaaaa!


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    Dy.LaneA: I like your avatar - I'm a huge Golden Boy fan lol

    Since I'm a big animation enthusiast, I'm gonna go all out with my selection of inspirations - enjoy!

    Takeshi Koike Animation Compilation


    Toshiyuki Inoue Animation Compilation


    Yoshinari Yo Animation Compilation


    Background Animation Compilation


    Gurren Lagann Parallel Works Video 8


    Animation reel by a guy who worked on the Gobelins film 'Pyrats'


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    thanks for sharing all of those. some took my breath away and inspired me so much that i actualy built a lightbox and started animating my drawings this week.

    Here's a third year calarts' student short film. i just love this raw animations. so much skill and "magic" on this one.



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    Love the Beetles Animation. Really trippy!

    Heres one I like:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uj4RBmU-PIo

    Very fluent movements in this one. I love it!

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    Voices From A Distant Star - a short film made entirely by Makoto Shinkai who some dub the next Miyazaki. The other 2 parts are on youtube too. It will be linked somewhere on its youtube page.



    More of his work:




    Yeah I love this guy

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    For me I just got randomly inspired by the PBS show "Word Girl". I know its for kids and you suppose to learn something but it has good plots,unique ideas and neat style.



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    for your inspiration..

    "The film is designed and animated by: Kevin Megens, Floris Vos, Arno de Grijs, André Bergs
    Music and sound design by Alex Debicki.
    Script by Jan Eduards.
    Produced by il Luster Productions.
    2009"

    Pivot from Pivot on Vimeo.



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    Awww the thread got stickied! I should really come on here more.
    So many awesome things posted!

    To anyone wondering about Gobelins, since they've popped up a few times here. What I know of it is they're a school in France with a very intense entrance exam. Many of the students there have prior education or industry experience. I think they're easily the finest school in the world right now.
    Every year there students make a few signal films for the Annecy Animation Festival, and they're always a fantastic example of good film making and concept in just 30 seconds.
    You can watch all of the student work at the schools site, it just only seems to show in french so it's a jungle to get through.

    After The Rain is my favorite.


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    nuff said

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    Relski, I can't get enough of that one. It's so beautifully done!
    Here is one of my favorites, the atmosphere captured here is so well done. O_O

    Between Bears from Eran Hilleli on Vimeo.



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    This thread needs some love



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    Nice recent one. Cool flat 3D style.

    "The Backwater Gospel"
    (Can't embed this one)

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