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. [...]