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Fresh Takes: COVID-19 Meets Mad Max in ‘Mad Mask – Fury Roll’

By Dan Sarto | Monday, July 20, 2020 at 2:19pm

Produced in France during the lockdown, Stéphane Berla’s funny animated short shows how nothing can stop a horde of frenzied shoppers, or post-apocalyptic raiders, in their quest for vital supplies.

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Magic.Mountain Brings Chaos to the City in KILLBOY’s ‘That’s Okay I’ll Just Fuck Myself’

By Dan Sarto | Friday, July 3, 2020 at 11:34am

In new music video, animator and designer Josh Burke portrays the singer’s harrowing journey through an urban inferno raging against the backdrop of a neon-infused game-styled cityscape.

Animated Feature Films ANIMATIONWorld

‘I Lost My Body’ Pushes the Creative Boundaries of Feature Animation

Director and co-writer Jérémy Clapin talks about the narrative and technical challenges in making his Oscar-nominated, Annie Award-winning film.

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Reallusion Releases iClone Motion LIVE Full-Body Mocap System

Solution integrates multi-device capture of face, body and hands into new real-time motion tracking platform.  

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Blender Brings Cult Comic 'Agent 327' to Life in 3D Animation

Award-winning open-source studio Blender Institute releases ambitious three-minute teaser for full-length animated feature based on Dutch artist Martin Lodewijk’s classic comics.

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Nimble Collective Launches 3D Animation Contest

Animate the Chicken and win prizes including a one-hour one-on-one project review with Nimble Collective co-founder Jason Schleifer, subscriptions to CG Cookie, gift cards for the Blender Market and Nimble Collective t-shirts.

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Grasshorse Rolls Up Monster Video with Fitz and the Tantrums

Grasshorse Studios uses ToonBoom Harmony and open-source Blender to create a music video for the band’s new single, ‘Roll Up.’

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3D Miyazaki Tribute Made with Open-Source Software

French 3D artist dono employs open-source 3D creation suite Blender, Photoshop alternative GIMP, 3D renderer Octane and free compositing software Natron to create stunning 3D backgrounds from legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki’s beloved classic films.