Oh Yeah Wow‘s directors Darcy Prendergast and Sam Lewis flew to Belgium to direct this now viral stop-motion video for Gillette’s new razor. Using some clever transitions via some stop motion animation of hair and human pixelation the video shows the evolution of male hair in all its forms over a period of 100 years . Since its release on YouTube on June 24 the video has since been viewed almost 7.9 million times.
Along with its release Gillette also uploaded a making of video to show the process of the two Melbourne Animators working with local talent. Clever marketing !
Adelaide filmmakers Ari Gibson and Jason Pamment team up again to bring you this sweet little project- Motorbike.
A couple of years ago Ozanimate sat down with the pair to talk about their process and thoughts on the medium. You can watch the interview here- LINK
It’s a dungeon crawler with a difference: your friends get to play the monsters and if they kill you, they take your place as the adventurer. But only one hero can emerge.
The 8-bit look brings to mind old coin-operated arcade games, but even with the aesthetic limitations, designer David Lloyd and animator Barney Cumming have come up with some impressive animation and effects.
If you want to learn more about the project, you can visit the Powerhoof website.
Another fantastic piece by Mighty Nice to support the future of Australian Universities. Beautiful mix of watercolours and subtle character animation that will surely please all of your senses. (Well, Perhaps not the smell sense but it’s so good you could almost touch it).
Director: Darren Price
Producer: Fi Patterson
Designer: Pete Yong
Animation Director: Alex Grigg
Animator: Mike Singca
Animator: Ben Ommundson
Animator: Aaron McDonald
Compositor: Denis Bouyer
Artworker: Ling Sui
Patrick Claire and his Sydney based studio Antibody really been putting in a stellar effort with their title sequences lately. This latest number for HBO’s True Detective is an incredible example of beautiful art direction and abstract story telling. Check out more of their huge list of world class titles here on there website.
XYZ director Stephen Watkins has recently wrapped production on this incredibly charming spot for Bank of Melbourne through Ogilvy Melbourne. The ad was created to promote the bank’s new initiative encouraging young savers, which gives kids the opportunity to sponsor a real Phillip Island Little Penguin. The ad hit cinema screens on Boxing Day, so Victorians – keep an eye out!