Well another year has sped past – and although I’m not overly fond of “review of the year” type lists – this time round I thought it would be interesting to delve into the dotmogo website stats and see which posts were viewed the most times – a truly democratic look at the best of dotmogo 2015…
Animade’s frankenSim is a great example of where interactivity and animation come together. They say “The theme of this web-toy is a grotesque, pink-hued dissection of the human body, with interconnecting pop-up windows containing organs to manipulate. Rolling eyeballs, blonde locks riddled with lice and a hairy nostril are among the malleable body bits in this virtual laboratory, with more absurd twists and surprises emerging as you continue to explore…” Continue reading “Animade – frankenSim Game” »
Yes its time for more summer frolics and inner city fun – the See No Evil summer special is coming to town – and this month they are featuring the quirkily-creative Moth Collective. Its not often you get to watch socially conscious animation that has such a beautiful look and feel – the visuals are really engaging and you never feel like you are being patronised… I thought the white on black section at the start of the HIAS film was a very powerful way of dealing with a very tricky subject. Continue reading “See No Evil August Get Together – With The Moth Collective” »
This is the sort of competition that all production companies should be doing – looking for new graduate talent and giving them a platform to get noticed. NewD is the brainchild of Steve Smith the founder of Beakus – one of the UK’s busiest independent animation studios.