A friend of mine shared a project with me that I couldn’t help but to share in turn with Suvudu.com’s readers. The project is a piece of interactive fiction called The Last Sleeper, a hybrid game/story created by an all-star team of artists, producers and engineers. Once it is finished, it will be released on [...]Read More
A Short Love Story in Stop Motion
by Carols Lascano
The Filmmaker writes:
A couple of pencil-outlined birds escape from a little girl’s drawing, leading us through the life she dreams of.
You can find more about the making of at this link: http://www.carloslascano.com/
Overflowing with both style and emotion, this is yet another example of conquering both style and [...]
There was a time when the term “horror film” didn’t mean “gross out film.” A time when the blood, if any was shown at all, was minimal. How did that work? Instead of going for the shock moments, they gradually built up a sense of dread and unbalance. In those films you had this [...]Read More
Let’s call today Saturday Morning Panoramas! We’re featuring two films today that examples of long panoramas that tell the story of a place and not only a character.
I enjoy stop motion work. It has a weight and tangible feeling that I haven’t yet seen replaced in digital animation. Maybe that’s an indictment of my own [...]
Hello and welcome to the first episode of Saturday Morning Animations here on Suvudu! We’ve come a long way in digital animation and storytelling, as I hope this little series (I have no idea how long this will run, but I have enough to get us through this month and the next). You’re not [...]Read More
You have to love some of the little oddities that you find along your surfings on the web. This is one such item and it involves a small project by one of my favorite storytellers as he warmed up for a new project.
This is a Neil Gamain short story brought to life by Gahan Wilson. [...]
OK, so maybe not a film on par with a Pixar masterpiece; but, I still had fun making it. Writing the corny dialogue and selecting the camera angles and animatics was too much fun. Here’s the link for XtraNormal.com. It’s in beta mode right now, so there’s no charge. I have a [...]Read More