Bot & Dolly's truly amazing short film, all done in camera, a combination of stunning CG imagery projected onto plain canvasses moved through space attached to motion control robotic arms.
Studio Short Films
For more than 90 years, children’s education charity The Smith Family has been supporting disadvantaged Australians through various efforts and activities, all aimed at helping the most vulnerable members of their society – kids. Together with award-winning Sydney creative agency The Solid State, The Smith Family has launched 'Alice and the Giant Emptiness,' the first animated short in their “One in Ten” series highlighting case studies of inspiring stories of children overcoming adversity.
With the sea in a blanket of darkness Squanderpus must find a way to bring light down to the sea floor or face the consequences of his and mankind's actions.
Awarded 'Grand Prix' in open entries at Tokyo International Animation Fair 2004. Supported project by 2002 KOCCA for HDTV. It portrays a grand-scale of nature of Africa and the hope of Africa arising from despair through the eyes of little kid and disperses prejudice against the afflicted people sending out the message of hope.
As part of Liberty Mutual's Responsibility Project, this film tells the story of a group of office workers who get entertainment out others' misfortune.
A Day in the Life follows the antics of the two main characters Breeson and Jenkins who live in Apartment 323. They are typical college graduates, unemployed with only one real goal - to get wasted!
The film tells the story of Emo and Proog, two people with different visions of the surreal world in which they live.
Little Zoey who is both musician and magician, he has an amazing activity with his friend, Lucky the rabbit.
A paper flower seller man is in love with a woman for god knows how long and he fantasized her in his mind...
The creators at Pixar have been at the top of their game for two decades now, and their winning streak continues with their latest short, Presto.
In Terminus, Luxology's modo 301 was used to create CG characters, like this concrete column character.
To create Water Man in Little Minx Exquisite Corpse: Come Wander With Me, an animation team scanned the live actor into a 3D model and applied lighting and water effects.