The Book of Life is a 3D computer animation released in 2014. The movie was filled with stunning imagery by heavily emphasising colours and patterns. What caught my eye was the puppet-like characters designed as wooden skeletons.
Wallace & Gromit was my favourite animated series as a child. Claymation isn’t as common as 2D or 3D animation, so films like these stand out. If you look closely, you can see the the teams fingerprints throughout the film, giving it a sense of realness.
I Married a Strange Person! by Bill Plympton gives the impression of a film wired by messy sketches. It is visually appealing and creative with catchy songs placed throughout the movie.
Every detail put into this animation seems to tie in with the background, the characters moods and even their personalities as a whole. It combines 2D life-size paintings with 3D props created by paper
<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/63745329″>Al Dente – short movie</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/kristenn”>kristenn</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Ive always been fascinated by food so this animation was like watching a dream, except for the cannibalism
The Simpsons is another one of my favourite animation series. This scene in particular is catchy and creative, a scene you won’t forget.
The background will be gloomy with grey tones and dark skies. Mr. Bloomski will be leaving his office in the evening, and while fumbling with his keys, he drops them and sees an illuminating rain puddle next to them.