Here are the submissions! The topics were either: "Pain" or "Awkward Moment". The winner will be announced in the upcoming week(s)
Wednesday, December 23, 2020
Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Monday, December 21, 2020
Over the Moon (Netflix) - Animation Analysis and Tips for Animators
Today's Animation Analysis takes a look at the Netflix movie "Over the Moon" by Glen Keane! I picked a few shots and scenes from the earlier part of the movie covering body mechanics, exercise inspirations, composition, stylization and much more!
Animation Workshop Feedback - Anonymous #2 (2020)
The Animation Minute (December 14th - December 20th, 2020)
Thursday, December 17, 2020
The Undoing (HBO) - Acting Analysis and Tips for Animators
Today's Acting for Animators takes a look at the HBO show "The Undoing" and covers body language, attention and reaction, lip sync and much more!
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
AnimChallenge Animation Feedback - "Thor" (November)
Feedback collection for the November "Thor" AnimChallenge!
Monday, December 14, 2020
Animation Workshop Feedback - Victor Perez #18 (2020)
The Animation Minute (December 7th - December 13th, 2020)
The Animation Minute! Your weekly summary of all things animation! Covering December 7th - December 13th, 2020.
Friday, December 11, 2020
100 Frame Animation Topic: Pain or Awkward Moment - Fall 2020 Contest
"Canvas" by Frank E. Abney (Netflix) - Animation Recommendation
The beautiful and touching animated short "Canvas" by Frank Abney is now out on Netflix! Highly recommended! Congratulations Frank!!
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
Animation Workshop Feedback - Avinash Thakur #5 (2020)
Monday, December 7, 2020
The Animation Minute (November 30th - December 6th, 2020)
The Animation Minute! Your weekly summary of all things animation! Covering November 30th - December 6th, 2020.
Friday, December 4, 2020
100 Frame Animation Contest Fall 2020 - Announcement
Here's the playlist with all the previous topics, animation submissions and winners and even older submissions here.
You have 1 week to animate 100 frames! The winner gets $100 or 3 workshop submissions!
Contest starts December 11th and ends December 18th (end of day San Francisco time).
Email me your submissions (either added to the email or a link to a download option) to:
contest (at) spungella (dot) com
Make sure that you include your full name in the email. Any animation technique (3D, 2D, Stop-Motion, etc.), submit a 1080p resolution clip at 24fps (so we’re all on the same page about the 100 frame total), with or without sound/music, up to you.
Be respectful to others with the content of your animation.
Thursday, December 3, 2020
Run. (Hulu) - Acting Analysis and Tips for Animators
Today's Acting for Animators takes a look at the Hulu movie "Run." and covers pantomime, thought process, prop usage, audience expectations, camera reveals and much more!