I have no idea why Wong Ping created this weird, twisted slice of genius, but I definitely feel better because of it.
Here is the final animation for Cut&Paste London’s Hero in case you missed the closing party last 16th October. I’m really impressed with the quality of the animation as the teams had such a short time to do it.
If you want to know a bit more, you can see the behind the scenes here.
Who knew that developers Quantic Dream‘s latest, Beyond: Two Souls, would contain two such incredible animated short films? The crazy part is that they are only easter eggs within the game so I bet a lot of people won’t even get to watch them?!
Created by the impeccably talented studios at Gobelins.
For the last few weeks we’ve been helping out our friends at Cut&Paste with their London Hero event.
However, as with all good things they have to come to an end. Next week we see live animation sessions from Fred & Eric and Animade (14th Oct), Territory and Golden Wolf (15th Oct), followed by the grand unveiling of the all the animations at the finale on 16th October.
For more information about the whole even hit up the link here.
The whole show has been hosted most generously by HP at their popup studio here in central London, to check out what else they have lined up for their space take a peek here.
If this great collection of shorts by Late Night Work Club is anything to go by, the future is looking very promising indeed for this ragtag animation gang. If you enjoyed the show I’d recommend purchasing the download version as it includes a whole host of behind the scene goodies!
Unfortunately I don’t have too much information about this animation other than it was created by Sawako Kabuki. All I’d like to say is, “Thank you Japan”.