Posts Tagged ‘oscar nominated short animation’

Creating the Oscar Nominated Short Animation, “Adam and Dog”

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

Adam and the Dog

With the Academy Awards wrapping last weekend, we thought you might enjoy reading an interview with Minkyu Lee about how he brought his Genesis-themed (as in the Biblical Garden of Eden) story to life.

“I really wanted to focus on conveying the sense of peace in Eden, and also that sense of breath, and the purity of life there. I think breathing room is such an important thing for a character to feel truly alive. Just letting the characters be who they are,” said Lee.

The process of completing this film required enormous dedication as he and a cadre of animator and artistic friends worked off hours and weekends to finish the project. Finally, during the last six months, he took leave from work to devote all of his efforts toward polishing the animation.

His film also took the 2012 Annie Award for Best Animated Short last February—beating out major studio heavyweights for the honor. The piece also contains screen shots and concept art from the film.

Disney’s Innovative Animated Hybrid ‘Paperman’ Debuts Online

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

If you haven’t had a chance to see this charming, little animated film about a shy guy and the woman he would like to get to know – well you should.

This Oscar nominated hand-drawn, animated short is a unique blend of 2D and 3D techniques done mostly in black & white.

Check it out!