Palmipedarium by Jérémy Clapin, 2012
Looks like an animated storybook. Beautifully animated, at that.
A hunter’s son helps an odd duck out with some body-image issues. :)
A la Francaise by Supinfocom students, 2012
A salacious slice of court life at Versailles. With chickens.
The Ballad of Balloon Boy by Henning Koczy, 2014
Here is some of my own work. It’s not up to the usual quality standards around here, but I hope you will indulge me 1 or 2 self-links a year for when I do something I’m proud of. :)
Wallflowers by The Line, 2013
Impressive linework, The Line. A lame night out for a great bunch of characters.
Love in the Time of Advertising by David Bokser & Matt Berenty, 2013
Impressive animation! A playful Seussian tale of miscommunication that hits close to home for anyone working in commercials. Ha ha.
I’m pleased to share my friend’s short here. Thanks for the submission, David!
Carn by Jeffig Le Bars, 2012
A classic but rather gruesome morality tale.
Great design. Thanks, Tony Blinco!
The Flight by Inbal Breda, 2014
A picturesque short about two friends exploring a derelict floating city together. Amazing backgrounds reminiscent of Moebius and great music greatly enhance the already impressive animation and design.
Damned by Richard Phelan, 2011
Charming story about ambition, dreams, failure, redemption. I always like to see a such a big story packed into just a few minutes and just a few hand drawn lines.
WIND by Robert Loebel, 2012
Visit this windswept plateau where the hearty inhabitants have learned to thrive. Charming.
The Elephant’s Garden by Felix Colgrave, 2013
The height of surreal, technicolor WTF-ery. Enjoy.
Oru Burus by Supinfocom students, 2012
A small epic. A fairytale about trying to control what is uncontrollable. Nice design.
iDiots by Big Lazy Robot VFX, 2013
A light-hearted satire on our fawning over devices. Looks, moves, and bites almost too convincingly.
Solstice by Lynn Wang and Ed Skudder, 2013
It looks like a trailer, but unfortunately this is all there is. Still rather beautiful.
Enjoy also, some Dog Snack by the same team!
Thanks, Tony Blinco!
Orgesticulanismus by Mathieu Labaye, 2008
Yes! So sick. Amazing articulation, gesticulation, and rhythm. Oft-imitated. I’ve waited a long time for this to be available at high quality. Now I can share one of my favorite animations of the past 10 years! If you are impatient, you may skip to the fun at 3:30, but you have to see this!
Leaving Home by Joost Lieuwma, 2013
Funny and touching. Economical character development. Reminds me a little of The Cat Came Back.