A simple diary of other peoples exceptional things and animations to soothe the soul

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    Charge the Dragon II –

    // Charge the Dragon II – Beautifully rendered animation and nicely explained process

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    Jojo in the Stars

    A film by MARC CRASTE     Jo Jo in the Stars is a twelve minute film that went on to win the 2004 BAFTA Award for Best Animated Short Film. Created and directed by Marc Craste, it was inspired by “The Carny”, a song by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds featured on their…

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    South Asia Rebrand of HBO

    HBO – South Asia Rebrand from Not To Scale on Vimeo.

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    L’inventaire fantôme – The phantom inventory from Franck Dion

    L’inventaire fantôme – The phantom inventory from Franck Dion on Vimeo. Franck Dion has some stunning work and a beautiful style. absolutely worth checking out his channel on Vimeo.

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    Bet She’an

    Stunning short, please go to source to leave feedback Bet She’an from Bet She’an Team on Vimeo. “In the city of Bet She’an, where mankind is progressively morphing into crows, a sculptor decides to leave a trace of this dwindling humanity” “Dans la citadelle de de Bet She’an où les hommes se transforment progressivement…

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    Beautiful animation :- Alameda – New Leaf from Legwork

    In particular the chase scene. It is there own technique of digital rotoscoping over 3D animation.

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    Du Zenjhun cityscapes

    The tower of Babel    

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    Sometimes a squirrel is just not enough

    Last Saturday I was at Tate Britain and among the many paintings one caught my attention. Not particularly because it was exceptional but rather it was a portrait of a lady holding a squirrel. now you would think once you have added a random squirrel to the portrait you have set about painting, there is…