Flying cars, Japanese neon signs and giant smoking beasts. This is some sick pixel art by Valenberg, a German artist whose talent for subtle animations combined with a monotone color palette make his work scary in the best way possible. Continue reading Foreboding Neo(n) Noir Pixel Art by Valenberg
Acme Filmworks is US-based studio who was tasked with animating the short story sequences in The Motel Life, with help from three very diverse directors.
Be warned, the video that follows has subject matter that’s meant for adults only. Continue reading The Hardcore Animation Sequences in The Motel Life
Something really cool happened last week if you’re a fan of French animation (and really, who isn’t?) The 100th episode of Catsuka’s No Life brought a bunch of friends together and produced some idents like this one from Studio La Cachette.
It’s the year 2005 and Cannon Busters is the new hotness in the world of indie comics. At a time when Image hadn’t yet grabbed domination of the creator-owned space in comics, LeSean Thomas and Udon Comics were boldly showing us something espectacular.
Sadly, the show didn’t last long. After one issue the project was paused indefinitely until one week ago, when its brutal Kickstarter campaign came riding from the sunset.
Scott Benson is 50% of the creative team behind Night In The Woods next to Alec Holowka and while game development does take a lot of time, he still still finds a way to put in work as a freelance animator and make videos late at night. Videos like But I’m A Nice Guy, which seems more relevant than ever today.
The video is above, but after the jump you can read my opinion about it and also about Gamergate.
French animation studio HOTU produced this short called 87 Bounces in which a basketball rolls and bounces through a bunch of films both new and old. Can you recognize all the films in the video?
Hey dawg, I heard you like anime, so I put some anime in y our live action film based on a comic. What?