The Dream Master

A stunning French piece combining hand drawn elements with some live action, and yet another example of motion graphics tool (probably after FX) being used to tell a story.

It is quite amazing how much of the story is told in these cases just through the used of camera moves and introducing and removing elements. I suppose that makes them more like moving storyboards than regular animation as we know it. Not that that’s a bad thing, its just interesting to see how much of the animation is devoted to assembling and then disassembling the scene.

If your anything like me you have a snowballs chance of reading the subtitles and watching everything that happens in the animation at the same time, but its worth a couple of viewings anyway I think.

Found at: the FEED blog

1 comment:

checker said...

The artist/animator is Diego Huacuja and he's from Mexico City.