ANIMATION TV Show of the Day: THE JOURNEY OF KRATOS, by Brian Richardson

Title: The Journey of Kratos Written by: Brian Richardson Type: TV PILOT Genre: Animation, Family, Fantasy Logline: A young teenaged angel is destined to go on a journey to restore the order & balance throughout the world, during the reign of his evil father. Interested in this logline, please email us at info@wildsound.ca and we’ll… Continue reading ANIMATION TV Show of the Day: THE JOURNEY OF KRATOS, by Brian Richardson

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Animation Feature Film of the Day: OSCAR, by Raymond Archie Davenport

PITCH: Title: Oscar Written by: Raymond Archie Davenport Type: Feature Film Genre: Animated / Comedy / Musical Logline: A young barn Swallow named Oscar whose afraid of heights must learn how to fly to go south before the winter to rejoin his family. Interested in this logline, please email us at info@wildsound.ca and we’ll forward… Continue reading Animation Feature Film of the Day: OSCAR, by Raymond Archie Davenport

ANIMATION TV PILOT of the Day: CREEPYDAD, by Daniel Kitron

Title: Creepydad Written by: Daniel Kitron Genre: Animation, Comedy Type: TV PILOT Logline: Creepydad revolves around the power struggle that ensues as audacious brothers Cargo and Buddha defy the new adults in their lives- their “astronaut” father, fresh back from space, and the depraved mother of the new neighbor kid. Synopsis: All Cargo and Buddha… Continue reading ANIMATION TV PILOT of the Day: CREEPYDAD, by Daniel Kitron

ANIMATION Feature Film of the Day: BY A THREAD, by Canais Young

Title: By A Thread Written by: Canais Young Genre: Animation/Horror Type: Feature Screenplay LOGLINE: After a hospital explosion claims the life of her recently-born infant, an injured police officer on the brink of suicide makes a deal with the mysterious Mr. Ombre to play a supernatural game where she’s pitted against the terrorist who ruined… Continue reading ANIMATION Feature Film of the Day: BY A THREAD, by Canais Young

Sound, Set and Action: Animation Videos

Originally posted on jessicasorianothecass:
In this workshop we looked at different examples of animation, music videos and still images that uses elements of built sets, costumes and stop motion in relation to the Sound, Set and Action project. Fortuna, Flipbook – William Kentridge The animation begins with the opening of the book, it shows an…

Sound, Set and Action

Originally posted on jessicasorianothecass:
In this workshop we looked at different storyboards and learnt about using the camera for different angles, movements and shots for an animation. These are some examples of well known characters and stories from a variety of storyboards. In the image below, it shows a story board for the film called…

The History of Disney Animation – Part 1: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

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Image from: Wikipedia, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snow_White_and_the_Seven_Dwarfs_(1937_film)&gt; , [accessed 5/5/2017]. I have been thinking recently about a series to do for my blog and, as a massive Disney fan and nerd, I thought it would be a lovely to make a series about Disney’s animated…

The History of Disney Animation – Part 2 Pinocchio

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Image from: Wikipedia, Pinocchio (1940 film), <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinocchio_(1940_film)&gt; [accessed 11/5/2017] Pinocchio had a tough act to follow but it is often credited with being one of Disney’s finest achievements and being a hugely important film within the history of the studio and animation.[1] The original story was written by…