Tag Archives: Survey to Animation
Under the subject of contemporary experimentalist in animation, Aleksandra Korejwo has one of the more unique and heretical mediums, with astounding effects as a result. The film above is On the Beautiful Blue Danube made in 1993, which follows the … Continue reading
Street of Crocodiles was a stop motion film created by the Quay Brothers in 1986. This film was part of the new wave of stop motion films created in the 1980’s, and is continuously cited as being one of the most influential.
For the final animation project in Survey of Animation, the animation must be based after an animator that we have reviewed in class. I have chosen do to Berthold Bartosch and the pictures above are of three puppets that I have … Continue reading
This weekend, I got a chance to see Disney’s new animated movie Wreck-it Ralph, which was perfect because now I get to write about it for class.
In 1991 MTV aired a series called Liquid Television, which highlighted independently made animations from an array of artist’s who were part of the new wave animation movement. One of the more popular animated shorts was Aeon Flux, which was written … Continue reading
This is my first video with audio recording, because without it, the stop motion did not make much sense. The requirement for the assignment was that it had to be based on a nursery rhyme, so I choose an excerpt … Continue reading
Recently, in Survey to Animation, we learned about Eastern European animation. So far, these animations have been the most metaphorical, possibly because many animators had been constrained as to what they were aloud to depict during the cold war. One of … Continue reading
Abstract art is the brevity of surrealism. Most animation is surreal, whether it be because of characters or movement, an animated figure looks out of place in conceptual reality. Shakespeare wrote “brevity is the soul of wit”, therefore abstraction is … Continue reading