February 20, 2007


quick poll.....


only takes a second.

January 24, 2007

A blog about Pixar films

January 15, 2007

Pitch to Atomfilms Studio

AtomFilms Studio is funding original short films, animations, and Web shows. If you have a great idea, Atomfilms (distributors for online animations and short films) is funding films http://www.atomfilms.com/film_pitch_upload.jsp

or submit your short, animation, cartoons to Atom who pay royalties (fees) for selected films http://www.atomfilms.com/film_upload.jsp


Two shadow puppets play with shadows .... from the 'best of' Aardman studio shorts, directed by Peter Peake


Animation classic by the infamous filmmaker Bill Plympton. When the parking lot is invaded by a blade of grass, a furious battle for domination of the disputed territory ensues.

Tuesday Weld 'Bathtime in Clerkenwell'

artsy short from old-school style animation - the famous Alex Budovsky's 'Bathtime in Clerkenwell' utilisng cut-outs (we showed this in one of the lectures)
Go to www.atomfilms.com/animation for some of the best selections of animations available online.

January 07, 2007

'Between You and Me'

stop-motion animation composed from over 2000 photographs taken with a still photo camera. The film won prestigious awards for its innovative approach to still photography. It won SeNef Mobile Grand Prix at Seoul Film Festival, Best Experimental Film at the Tiburon International Film Festival, Best Cinematography at the Gotham City International Film Festival, Best Short Film at the Vilnius Independent Film & Video Festival and in the Experimental Film category at Big Apple Film Festival. Written and Directed by Patryk Rebisz.

The technique utilized a photo camera's ability to record a rapid succession of images - to tell a story. Since the film is composed of single individual frames, it is by definition an animation!

For more info see ifilm http://www.ifilm.com/video/2810480

December 28, 2006

Tim Burton on Late Night Talk Show

December 12, 2006

My Website

This is a shameless plug for my website *again*

But this time it has a weekly newsletter that you can sign up for, for free.

Plus other stuff, worth a look if nothing else


December 03, 2006

The mysterious tinkerings of Mr. Shobbybottom

A design that I did for my own portfolio. Wacom and photoshop.