lucy & the limbs from edlyn capulong on Vimeo.

lucy, who lived in the pines, was once bored out of her mind.
but what she would discover, was a thing like no other;
an unexpected friend she would find.

an animated fourth year film by edlyn capulong
edlynbot.com | edlynbot.tumblr.com

ottawa international film festival 2014 | canadian student competition
varna world festival of animated film 2014 | children’s film selection
shortz! film festival 2014 | official 2014 selection
animage 2014 | mostra parque screening (non-competitive)

8.9 from GOBELINS pro on Vimeo.

Court-métrage d’animation de fin d’études (promotion 2014).

Réalisateur : Pedro VERGANI

Synopsis :
Après un séisme, un homme se réveille emprisonné dans les décombres. Lorsque tout espoir semble perdu, il découvre qu’il n’est pas seul, une autre personne est prisonnière. Ensemble, ils vont tenter de survivre à cette situation désespérée.

After a great earthquake, a man wakes up to find out he is trapped under piles of debris and wreckage. When is is about to give up, he discovers that he is not alone, there is somebody else in there with him. Together they will try to survive this hopeless situation.

Contact Production :
GOBELINS, l’école de l’image : Moïra Marguin, mmarguin@gobelins.fr.

Contact Festival :
GOBELINS, l’école de l’image : Luce Grosjean, film@gobelins.fr.

Distribution :
La distribution des films produits par GOBELINS, l’école de l’image est assurée par L’Agence du court métrage.
Contact : f.keller@agencecm.com.

To See Sounds of Nature from Min Cai on Vimeo.

"To see sounds of nature" is an animation that visualized natural sounds which described a day of Richmond Park and made sounds of nature in a visual impact that based on the illustrator’s experiences and sensation. It aims to develop an ideal way that expressing the beauty of natural sounds and inspiring people to feel the Mother Nature.

To see more:
website: cargocollective.com/mincai
blog: illustratormin.blogspot.co.uk/

Insects from Ramteen on Vimeo.

First of all, I’d like to thanks everyone for watching and also those who helped with their feedbacks so it can look the way it does.

A project I did in my spare time at home after work and during the weekends. I was responsible for everything, from the actual concept and modeling and rigging to the final rendering and compositing, as well as the music and sound design.

Took me 3 to 4 months start to finish, the final rendering using arnold took around 12 days 24/7.

My machine specs are:
Xeon E5-2687 3.10 GHz (2 processors)
64 GB RAM
Nvidia Quadro 6000

Softwares used: zbrush, maya, arnold renderer, nuke

You can also go ahead and check out a little making of video of it here: vimeo.com/107398431

Please feel free to ask questions about how it’s made, I’d love to also open up some sort of discussion regarding that :)

wish the best for all
cheers

RamtinAhmadi.com

Destiny: Mars Opening Sequence from Simon Clowes on Vimeo.

Directors Ilya V. Abulkhanov & Simon Clowes collaborate with Bungie to design and direct the opening cinematic to their new video game franchise Destiny. Set in present day Mars, the story narrates the first encounter, the discovery of an unidentified spherical object – The Traveler.

simonclowes.tv
helloilya.com
destinythegame.com

Studio: Prologue Films
Directors: Ilya V. Abulkhanov & Simon Clowes
CG Supervisor: Lee John Nelson
Producer: Armando Plata
Executive Producer: Unjoo Byars
Production Manager: Paul Alexiou
Animation Supervisor: Mitch Gonzalez
FX Supervisor: Allan McKay
Lighting Lead: Daniel Hayes
Compositing Supervisor: Sam Edwards
Character Modeler: Dan Katcher
Lead TD: Michael Fisher
Rigging TD: Peter Christensen
Animation: Brian Wyser and Colin Cromwell
Lighting: Desiree Lunsford and Patrick Vidal
Compositing: Siobhan Lo, Jessica Laszlo, Andrea Caretta, Sarah Brooke Grossmann, Nabil Schiantarelli & Ilya V. Abulkhanov
FX: Hnedel Maximore, Benjamin Liu and Patrick Schuler
CG Artists: Bora Jurisic and Jeffrey Dietrich
Matte Painter: Matthew Gilson
Concept Artist: Gavriil Klimov
Texture Artist: Paul Fedor
Previs: Zac Cavaliero and John Velazquez
Storyboard Artist: Doug Stambaugh
Storyboard Concept Art: Nadia Tzuo
Editor: llya V. Abulkhanov
Storyboard Animatic: llya V. Abulkhanov
Colorist: Simon Clowes
Systems: Brian Holmes, Dylan Harper and Kevin McCartney
Managing Director: Kimberly Cooper
Mocap Artists: Scott Levy, Mikal Vega and Mitch Gonzalez
Motion Capture Services: Activision Capture Studio
Additional Fluid FX : Fusion CI Studios

Star Map Sequence
Director: Simon Clowes
Producer: Armando Plata
Executive Producer: Unjoo Byars
Designer: Christian Antolin
Animator: Takayuki Sato
Editor: Gabriel J. Diaz

Client: Bungie
Story / Creative Direction feedback: Jason Jones
Creative Director / Project Lead: Christopher Barrett
Producer: Dave Dunn
Director of Marketing and COO: Pete Parsons
Associate Producer: Scott Taylor
Technical Feedback: David Parker
Concept Support: Joe Cross
Story / Brief: Joe Staten
Budgets: Harold Ryan
Character Art Feedback: Shikai Wang
Localization Feedback: Tom Slattery
Weapon / Vehicle Feedback: Tom Doyle
Art Feedback: Ryan Ellis
FX Feedback: Steve Scott
Environment Feedback: Michael Zak
Animation Feedback: Bill O’Brien

Carnivorous Plants from Seth Boyden on Vimeo.

Before studying animation, I was always interested in botany, more specifically the study of carnivorous plants. This short animation assignment pays a small tribute to these bizarre organisms.

Music by Madou Djembe: Au Village de Femmes

Plants featured in this film: Dionaea muscipula, Nepenthes Alata, Sarracenia Flava, Drosera Capensis, Drosera Dichotoma, Pinguicula Vulgaris and Sarracenia Purpurea

Space cat Hob from liok on Vimeo.

Space cat Hob is an independant project done without money, on our spare time and over a course of two years.
more info & artworks : space-cat-hob.com/gallery.html

direction: Loïc bramoullé
artstation.com/artist/liok

music: Pyramid
soundcloud.com/pyramidhall

Sound Design: Olivier Michelot
myspace.com/oliviermichelot/music/songs

production: Delapost Paris
delapostparis.com/

A huge thank to everyone who believed in the project and gave time and energy on it:
Martial Le Minoux, Hugo Cierzniak, Axel Digoix, Foehn Gallet, Aline Hanael, Adrien Kédochim, Paul Lavau, Quentin Rétif, Geoffrey Lerus, Larson liberlin, Zhen Li, Florent Penisson, Alexandre Wolfromm, David Atexide, Laurent Mercereau, Lisa Hulot, Samir Necib, Doris Bachelier, Mathieu Krysztoforski, thomas Arsene, Maxime Granger, André Delphin, Vincent Mineli, Alexis Beaudoin, François-Maxence Desplanque, Mathieu Gouget de Landres, Cedric Lenepveu, Louis Manjares, Fabian Nowak, Alexis Bechet, Aurélie Deconinck, Vivien Ebran, Marielle Santens, Rosita Soares, Tony Lacroix, Romain Leclerc, François Debonnet.

The Planets from Andy Martin on Vimeo.

More at andymartin.info & twitter.com/handymartianAn animated short film in twelve parts.

The individual planet animations are collected on their own Vimeo channel: vimeo.com/channels/theplanets

And the whole project is archived at illustratedaliens.tumblr.com

All Pictures, Sound and Movement by Andy Martin
Additional Voice on Planet Seven by Sarah Martin

Thanks to everyone at Strange Beast, Mum & Dad, the Wife and the Dog. All planets appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real aliens, living or dead, is purely coincidental.