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Student Animation/ Illustration X 23- Anim Mod. ILD122 2018

 

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A "geometric" animation - my comments in red

mat

Matthew Lyden

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Here is a short geometric animation I found on Youtube. I like the smoothness and simplicity of the animation. Looks like something I could try recreating on ToomBoom.
Yes - this would be a good sequence of animated shapes to try out - maybe link it to your FInal Project idea?

jenny

Jen
Lynas

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I really liked this piece of animation. I like how it made really complex geometric shapes into simpler forms. The animation style is very smooth and it's not overly fussy with colour or effects.

Abstract animated shapes can be very expressive - worth considering in your own Final Project...

ayana

Ayana
Carty

 

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Brings back memories of of watching things on video. It's playful and the sound effects are pleasant to hear.

It was AMAZING when I first saw this on TV in 1986 as it was the FIRST 3D animation ever screened in the world... I thought maybe it was plasticine! A great combination of 2D animation (John Lasseter) planning and 3D construction-loads of other people.
John lasseter
made this when he was 29 then went on to direct Toy Story
I think you know the rest...

ellie

Ellie
Lee


 

dorcie

Dorcie Smith

 
jessica

Jessica
Graves

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I love how they use colours to show the different emotions as well the rather simple art style. I also just love the general story to it and think its adorable.

The little Pup has a good solid geometric base which adds to the cuteness...can't get TOO involved my cat won't let me.

cons

Constan-
tinos
Troullides

 

 

d

David Langley

 

eu

Evdoxia Tzialou

 

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I have taken a liking in this short film.
I find the transaction of the various geometric shapes very interesting and it is clear to me that a lot of frames where used in order to achieve this smooth-looking affect.

Yes there is a lot of tricky work in there and witty use of geometry - a very good choice.

 

 


rebecca

Rebecca Clayton

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I like how this animation while fast pace also shows what you can do with simple 2D shapes

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While this is a really short animation,
I like how it shows what you can do with 3D shapes in a basic animation and that you can make the animation go in tune to music
Like the way you have contrasted 2D and 3D animation - well researched

 

eva

Eve Giles

 

 

 

sara

Sarah
Lake

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Movie Geometry- Great choice- others can learn a lot from this - myself included!

laur

Laureta Ajemba

 

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I love this animation because It highlights the different geometric shapes of nature and of the world:
from the circle to the triangle and so on.
I really like the fact that even the most complex things in nature can be stylized and transform in simple shapes. The
geometric form are the basis of everything! That's fantastic!!
Excellent Research- a really great choice that does indeed show that we are all part of
Nature's Geometric Pattern

ant

Antoaneta Dimitrova

 

emily

Emily
Stewart

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I really like the transitions used from shape to shape within this animation.

Yes and there's a lot of visual wit in the way the shapes move to the music -good choice.

erica

Erica Donnelly

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I like the simplicity of it and the use of colour is very visually appealing

True and the way the animation is synced to te soundtrack is Spot On!

georgia

Georgia
Vagia

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This is the animation with geometric base that I found. It may be quite small and simple but I like the shapes and the colours a lot.
Yes simple geometry can produce excellent animation - it does not have to be too complex to be interesting

pat

Patricia
Pedro Dos
Santos

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I really like this animation because of the feeling that the geometric shapes and the colours give to the viewer.

You might enjoy looking at Kandisnsky's paintings too...there's a bit of Mondrian in there too - here's some more
Mondrian for Al
l- by Sheila Graber

brit

Brittany
Stanton

 

nat

Nathan Chambers

 

 

jack

Jack
Henderson

 

geor

Georgios
Christothan-
opoulos

 


andrew

Andrew
Forrest

 

 

 

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I've found this person's work, where they wrote out their ideas, storyboard, and also linked their animations for viewing.

yes a GREAT bit of research - I thnk this will be of interest to all thanks

cass

Cassandra Isaacson

ped

Pedro
Santos Pereira