Tobias Stretch

Tobias Stretch presents his latest work… a music video; Tobias is both a master in character development & a master puppeteer .

John Parot

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Check out these lovely works by up and coming artist, John Parot. This recent Chicago—-> LA transplant, has great use of color, pattern, composition and collage technique, plus he’s starting to delve into the realms of sculpture and animation! Looking good.

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Doug Burton’s Celestial Mechanics

Celestial Mechanics from Doug Burton on Vimeo.

Doug Burton’s 3D digital animation “Celestial Mechanics” was conceptualized as a kind of reality-fabric altering pulsating entity. A kind of self-combusting black holes. I am hoping for the day when I actually see the walls wormhole out to an alternative universe! The artist explains: “Through the transmogrification of the matter of the walls and space within and ouside of the studio I have been exploring he realms that exist beyond in a distant past or parallel present.” Heavy!

Michael Langan

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Animator Michael Langan completed the short film Doxology for his thesis in the RISD animation program. The film combines a plethora of unusual animation techniques to create “an experimental comedy about tennis, dancing cars, and God.” Click here to watch it.

Robert Ryan Cory

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Robert Ryan Cory is an animation character designer currently working on Nickelodeon’s Spongebob Squarepants. Over at his flickr (linked to his name at the beginning of this post), Cory has posted some fantastic character sketches from the show. I haven’t watched Spongebob in a few years now but I don’t remember it being quite this violent and grotesque. His drawings are like Ren and Stimpy meets Ed “Big Daddy” Roth. Perhaps the show is taking a turn towards the weird(er)?

Rind & Pulp

This animation by Michael Lomon is sick in the best of ways. Michael describes it as “A ‘slice of life’ drama piece based on my time as ‘chef’ at a certain Nottingham rock pub.Hand painted backgrounds. Other elements hand drawn, scanned and coloured in Flash.”

7up “McBubbles” 1974

Ohhhh holy 7up and astral cheeseburger, i haaz!