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Animation style guide chooser

Animation Art Style Guide and Medium Finder

With so many different animation art styles, methods and mediums to choose from it can be tough choosing what style you like or how to describe what you are looking for, so we put together this visual based animation style guide. This is to help you check out a variety of options and then learn more…

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Animation Studio Post-it Gallery

Happy 2015! For the first post of the year I’m sharing this collection of illustrations drawn by talented artists at animation studios across the UK and Japan. As a fun way to remember all my great colleagues I coerce as many people as possible into showing off their creativity in micro Post-it form. Everyone draws whatever…

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Franglais Colour Keys

I’m currently in the pre-production stage of my new live action short film ‘Franglais’. Set in the country side of the south of France it is a dark comedy that shows an unseen side to the region. With the script finalised I enlisted the help of talented illustrator Emma Wilson to draw up a series of…

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iHeed Educational Animation. ‘Depression’

This is another project I directed and animated while at Rock.Paper.Film for the charity iHeed. Working in the green screen studio with Tara Dominick and Leigh Haywood to get the original plates I then heavily processed the images in After Effects to get this paper cut out style and hand animated the props to tie…

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Colour of Bone ‘Low Mode’ Official Music Video.

Very excited today to present to everyone the first official single by Colour of Bone, who’s music video we created at Rock.Paper.Film with Original artwork by James Lamond. Anthony and I loved working on this as we had a lot of creative freedom to run with any crazy abstract idea that popped into our head.…

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Bull & Sugar. Red Bull Canimation

Here is my entry for last years Canimation Competition, animated with Todd Setter. Was great to do some proper traditional pencil and paper 2D animation.

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