Employing a team of dozens of animators and illustrators and over a thousand original drawings, Oscar-nominated animator PES delivers new stop-motion commercial, ‘Paper,’ for Honda.
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Rock Paper Scissors helps Myspace throw the ultimate party in the brand’s first-ever TV spot, This is Myspace.
GRworks and 826LA bring together stories written by children and illustrated by professional artists in “Pen To Paper.”
Elastic Director and Annecy International Film Festival winner Andy Hall team with DDB Chicago to create “Paper,” a whimsical new :30 for Safeway’s “just for U” app.
The Visual Effects Society Technology Committee announces the release of its white paper, “Cinematic Color: From Your Monitor to the Big Screen.”
Today, Wacom introduces Inkling, a new digital sketch pen that captures a digital likeness of your work while you sketch with its ballpoint tip on any sketchbook or standard piece of paper.
Bent Image Lab's unique CG animation for "The Right Blend," TRIS3CT's spot for Scott Naturals paper products, has attracted quite a bit of attention in recent months.
American Paper Optics has scored a touchdown as the official manufacturer of 125 million sets of exclusive 3-D glasses created for a "monstrous' nationwide 3-D event to be aired during Super Bowl XLIII. These 3-D glasses are being distributed to the public in what is being called one of the biggest media-advertising events in history.
Creative Forces, an Internet-based motion picture production company, has just released PAPER CLIPS, its first computer-animated short. The film profiles the adventures of a brave little paper clip that soon discovers the importance of teamwork and sticking together in the real world. PAPER CLIPS is now available to download for $3.99 from www.creativeforces.com. The price includes 24 hours of access for repeated viewings. A 3-minute trailer of the making of the film is available on the site for free.
Black Logic has completed its second spot for Lexmark Printers. The first Lexmark spot was directed by famed fashion photographer Herb Ritts and created by BlackLogic, NYC and Warwick Baker O'Neill, NYC. "This is the second spot we've done for Lexmark," said Black Logic designer/director Patrick Ferguson. "For the Z52, they wanted to maintain the Ritts' style, but point out that this printer is much faster. Essentially, the Z52 is the best of both worlds." The spot opens to the telltale sounds of a jet aircraft preparing for take-off. The camera slowly pans along the Z52.
At the intersection of pre-cinematic devices and modern technology is the work of Japan's Toshio Iwai. Deanna Morse describes the work of this innovative multimedia artist.
Keith Bradbury describes the Tenth Annual Conference of the Society for Animation Studies, which was held at Chapman University from August 12-16, 1998.