Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music
Wonderfully styilized animation in this short animated movie where the authors are giving the essence of their animation style.
Ken Perlin’s synthesis on the capabilities of two visual and figurative media: Where photography can only show us the reality of the human condition, sculpture can show us the ideas in our own heads. The space of expression in a constructive medium is vastly larger than can be achieved by a recording medium.
Gobelins opening sequences Annecy 2010
The new trailer of Sylvain Chomet’s traditionally animated feature film: L’Illustioniste.
Author and Artist Philippe Faraut Sculpts the head an art critic in this online video demonstration.
LIGHTSCAPES is an episodic, half-hour experiential television series airing on Discovery HD Theater that captures famous buildings and landscapes around the world as they are transformed by stunning, large-scale lighting displays.
Not a very humble presentation for a beautiful time-lapse of the Icelandic volcano. Enjoy the stupendous HD video.
Wonderfully inspiring talk by Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world.
Minimal animation for heart monitoring instruments dancing at the rhythm of the music. Great visuals and original directing.
Everybody has a role in this World. What if there were no machine and every mechanical service was given by a human being? What would be your job? Discover the job of this short’s protagonist and question about yours.
Animated from the point of view of a small child. The viewer is jumping down a suburban street, and progressive jumps are higher and higher. The viewer/child lands in various city settings, a jungle, a battle field, the depths of Hell, and finally back to the street where the adventure began. The film is notable for the use of perspective in pre-CGI animation
BeetRoot Design Group directed “Human Error” a scary, evocative 3D short which they present this way: Human intervention. Fossil fuel depletion. The death of a planet. Beetroot’s submission for the upcoming Athens Video Arts festival. The event will take place at 7th-9th May 2010 at “Technopolis” of the City of Athens. The first part of […]
Renaud Hallée created Sonar, a: Rhythmic cycle w/ abstract animation. 2009 Basic keyframe animation using flash, without scripting. Official selection : Annecy International Animation Film Festival – Out of competition Sommets du cinéma d’animation de Montréal : Quebec-Canada Festival des Films de la Relève
A useful and beautiful discussion thread on ZBrushCentral.
Clemens Kogler says: Phonovideo is a VJ tool or visual instrument used to display animations in an analog way without the help of a computer. “Stuck in a Groove” is the first film made with this technique, it serves also as a demo for the technique . In the future phonovideo should be used for […]
Director: Andreas Nilsson, 2007. Imperial Recordings. More on www.jose-gonzalez.com (Via Cecilia Tomassi)
Directed and animated by Brian Jin, this refreshing animated music video is full of memories of the Fall season: snow, music, love. It’s colorful, young and soft. Very original artistic direction for the mixed 2D, 3D digital animation.
A contemporary master in painting and drawing chats live online to answer questions and showing demonstration while waiting the release of the training DVD “Drawing Closer to Life”
Follow this 90 minute long online 3D modeling tutorial where the author shows different techniques to model hard surfaces with 3DS Max.
Falling objects synchronized to produce rhythm. 2009. Short film produced by Renaud Hallée who is “into film and animation as well as musical composition“.
The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life, by artificial means and hold it fixed so that a hundred years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again since it is life. Since man is mortal, the only immortality possible for him is to leave something behind him that […]
In this commercial some of the most popular painting are reproduced and simulated in 3D with a funny twist.
Author: Matthew Archambault When Drawing detailed items like the hands it’s too easy to loose site of the main gesture and weight of the pose. Always keep the big movement in mind. If you are too focused on one small part of your drawing stiffness will soon creep into your work.