I own most of Kyle's Brushes and they are fantastic.
Have yet to see this short. Really looking forward to it.
And John K's influence continues...
Nice little one from Carl Faruolo.
Really worth your next 9 minutes. Beautiful use of 2D and 3D.
Enjoy this new short from il Luster and Anikey: Albert 't Hooft and Paco Vink!
If you like this animated short, please consider supporting us with our feature film.
If you live in the Netherlands SUPPORT OUR FEATURE 'TRIPPLE TROUBLE' AND JOIN THE CROWDFUNDING!
INVESTEER IN DE BIOSCOOPFILM ' Trippel Trappel '.
(and if you are not living in the Netherlands, you can also support us by using the TIPJAR)
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(Dutch only, but lots of artwork)
A humouristic turbo drama. Floyd, after being dumped by his girlfriend, suffers from psychological problems manifested as a little demon who disrupts his everyday life. Floyd has to go through great depths before he can continue his life.
Een humoristisch turbo drama waarin de psychische problemen van hoofdfiguur Floyd zichzelf manifesteren als een klein wezentje dat zijn leven in de war schopt.
VNAP Vakprijs Holland Animation FIlm Festival March 2013
Audience Award Holland Animation Film Festival March 2013
Best 2D Animation Neum Animated Film Festival, June 2013
directed by: Albert 't Hooft & Paco Vink
screenplay: Albert 't Hooft & Paco Vink
animation 2D: Jelle Brunt, Paco Vink, David Muchtar, Ruben Zaalberg, Merel van den Broek
backgroundart: Ben Vinkenburg, Paco Vink
clean-up: Albert 't Hooft, Junaid Chundrigar
animation 3D: Robin Niekerk, Ben Vinkenburg
compositing & Effects: Albert 't Hooft, Kaspar Guyaux
music: Martin Fondse
foley, sound & mix: Jeroen Nadorp at Bob Kommer Studios
production: Chris Mouw
executive producers: Arnoud Rijken & Michiel Snijders
I don't get it but it's beautiful.
At first, I was a little tweaked that this wasn't available in the Canadian iTunes store, but serendipitously, a tweet was on the home page. It said that the DRM free version would be available thru VHX.tv to all. So, yay!
Also, the bitchin' Bill Watterson dropped a couple of days ago:
There's a lovely little write-up on Slashfilm, too. Stripped will be ready for mass consumption on April 1st.
I can't believe this made it past me this week...I musta been really busy.
This is the movie I was hoping for in 1998. Looks astonishing.
UPDATE: There is a trailer breakdown over at Empire magazine. The embed is pretty crappy so click the pic to get there: