Animated Fragments #3

For more about Animated Fragments, see this earlier post.

Promo for Canal Brasil by Sergio Yamasaki (Brazil): “The idea was to tell the audience that the twitter of the channel had changed due to a virus.”

Lip sync exercise from Roman Holiday by Deanna Trudeau (School of Visual Arts, USA)

“Leo Fisher” lip sync exercise by Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits (Royal College of Art, UK)

Timbre Z by Mirai Mizue (Japan). One of 26 abstract pieces made in 26 consecutive days. View all of them here.

Anagrams by Phoebe Halstead (Kingston University, UK)

File No.4 by Patrick Doyon (Canada)


  • greg m.

    I enjoyed file no. 4!

  • http://www.forthebirdsblog.blogspot.com Michael J. Ruocco

    While I was on overnight duty at SVA, I saw Deanna’s animation saved one of the Lunchboxes. While there was no sound, the expressions and body language were really clear and was really fun to watch. I’m glad I finally got the see the finished product up here.

    I really liked ‘File No. 4″ too.

  • http://art-candy.blogspot.com/ Andrea

    Thanks for posting these, they’re all pretty awesome.

  • http://www.elliotelliotelliot.com Elliot Cowan

    This Patrick Doyon fellow is a superstar, it seems.

  • http://www.rossphillips.net Ross

    The sound on File No.4 is so good.

    I’ve got a wee animated fragment myself here:

    http://vimeo.com/19209879

    Thanks!

  • Chris

    Thank you guys so much for posting these fragments! This is the kind of stuff I love to see as an aspiring animator: process and creative freedom. Please keep it up, it’s become my favorite thing to see :)

  • Steph

    Can I just say that I love these new fragment posts? I LOVE these new fragment posts!

  • JG

    Yay, more fragments! These are great!

    I love the lip sync one especially. Such a sensitive line.

  • A.C.

    Hehe, 2nd one is like something I’d animate! I really enjoyed these.

  • Sleezy Exec

    Man really inspiring to watch, very creative.