Art and Graft produce another carefully design short promoting the Olympics in collaboration with the Lottery and ITV. A pleasant mix of 2D and 3D rendered seamlessly in a coherent design style.
Clim from Sebas & Clim fame has now gone solo and produced this nice infographic for Facebook. It’s wonderfully designed as ever but it’s the seamless integration with CGI and shot photography which sets this infographic away from the others.
Gentleman Scholar recreate the gracefulness of a large humpback whale in the freedom of a forest to promote Whale and Dolphin conservation. A technical video of some before and afters of the realistic CGI process can also be found on their site.
Short sting for the “Havana” section, using flat colours in 3D with wonderful camera movement to transition.
An isometric style animated short film with glossy plastic texturing which has character moments and infographic moments. Lovely colours and lighting.
The team behind the hugely successful Chipotle film (watch it here) are back with a new film in shiny CGI. All big budget stuff here.
A subtle mix of 3D into the retro spooky styling by using painted textures on the 3D models. The look is spooky with an old film feel.
Really well captured insight into the Greenwich community and the return of the Cutty Sark after it has been restored after the fire which almost destroyed it some years ago. Apparently the work is from Armoury London and the compositing was done by Rogue Collie in Wales.
Battles of the badges in this new animated title sequence for the Euros.
My weakspot, flat coloured isometric graphics. A couple nice transitions and I’m sold. Graphics, people, graphics.
John Kelly’s film advertising for Chipotle. Using simple character animation and flat colouring turns a narrative quite graphic look for a stop-frame film.
A short film compositing footage, tracking photography and including 3D elements across a variety of landscapes.
Very clever and atmospheric short film with very high production values directed by Carl E. Rinsch.
Ooo, I do love a cross section.
Simple camera movements on a well-lit 3D model provide slick visuals.
Animation morphing CG oil to create shapes and settings for animation and archive footage.
Playful surreal advert using 3D to follow a family’s journey through the sky and into the building of car.
8bit style isometric animation with flat colours in 3D.
CGI animation documenting the creation of the earth in a scientific way, yet narratively based around religion.
Advert using film frames and alot of 3D to create a fast-paced adventure through their TV programming.
Medical CGI sequences explaining the effects on drugs within the body.
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Simple branding idents, placing the icons in different environments. Also has some nice split screen action later on.
Dark, creepy animation with an alien and biological feel, black and white.