We’ve all been here people – there’s not much to add about this video as the message is clear – work in creative industries should be valued as much as any other – maybe anonymously email this video to any client that tries it on next time, or put it on their facebook page… #saynotospec
Finally, I’ve finished my self imposed exile into a darkened room with only the Bassawards judging platform for company and come out the other side! It’s always a long process, but I was honoured to have been asked on behalf of dotmogo to judge all the entries. As expected a huge variety of styles and ideas – mostly to a high standard.
Here’s a special post showcasing the Gold winners of this motion graphics, animation and broadcast design awards. That’s not to say that there wasn’t a lot of other very interesting work to see from around the globe, in those that did not win. The best thing to do is go to the Bassawards website winner’s page and have a look at as many of the other pieces as you can.
As regular readers of this blog know we really support animation in a big way – and this is why we are very excited by the LIAF when it comes to town each year. This year it’s their 10th anniversary. It runs from Friday 26th Oct to Sunday 3rd November inclusive, and it always amazes us at how much they can pack in, on so many skill levels for such reasonable prices. During the 10 years they’ve had 12,000 entries and screened over 2500 films.
It would be impossible to do justice to the full program in a blog post, however I will try and give you an overview of it’s brialliantness (is that even a word…?). Continue reading “LIAF 2013 – London International Animation Festival” »
Are robots invading the earth? Have they already succeeded? according to the blurb from Artificial Agent – “Humans are nearly all gone from what you knew as planet Earth… giant robots now bestriding planet, mechanised Kings of all they survey, but sadly wondering how to fill their days…” Well its a tempting proposition put forward by Matt Lawrence and the MGFX team. Continue reading “MGFX – Artificial Agent film” »